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My period is about two weeks late, the last time my boyfriend and i had sex, we (of course) used a condom...and he didn't ejaculate (we got interrupted) anyway, i know that breast sensitivity is a sign of pregnancy, but is it possible that my cramps could be, too? or is it simply my body's way of letting me know that my menses are coming up? yeah, i usually get sore breasts, but not usually cramps. anyway, i realize i'm probably overreacting... but im just worried.... any imput would be appreciated. i don't post very often, but i did get most of my Sex-ed here, lurking about, i really respect everybody's opinions.... and i just... i need some answers. thanks!

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Honestly, pregnancy "symptoms" are pretty unreliable, especially so soon after a risk. If you've used a condom correctly every time you've had sex (meaning no breaking or slipping and using it for all genital contact), then you have virtually no pregnancy risk. However, you're good to take a pregnancy test now (it's been 14 days since thelast risk and your period is late), so why not do that to set your mind at rest?
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