Originally posted by morganlh85:
Since your period is not started I'm guessing your in the middle of your cycle which is when you ovulate, which of course is the highest risk time for pregnancy.
Just to be fair, there is no way we can tell what part of her cycle this poster is in...just because she is not on her period currently, does not mean that she's automatically in the middle of her cycle. Furthermore, especially in young women, ovulation does not necessarily occur right in the middle of one's cycle. It's possible to ovulate during any part of your cycle. So unless this poster has been charting her basal temperatures and cervical mucus for several months, she won't know when she ovulates.
However, you were correct about the high pregnancy risk. Pulling out is not a method of birth control. Now is definately the time to take a pregnancy test. Along with that, you'll also need STD testing since you have engaged in unprotected contact.