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belle08
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I got my period last month 7/13/12
My next period was on 8/10/12
I was making out with my boyfriend and things got out of control. (8/13/12) He came just by kissing me and touching me with his finger directly (his penis and everything was not touched at all) then after he came he touched himself and started to touch me with his finger,(there was semen) and it came in contact with my Vagina
When he started touching me I asked him if he had touched himself and he said YES.
once i heard that i told him to STOP.

I was on my last day of my period i was hardly bleeding at all. I freaked out, and went and got depo provera the next day. ( 3 month one) I still feel panicking and i couldnt take it so i went to planned parenthood and i got next choice on 8/17/12, They said it could still be effective. (not as much as if i would have taken it the next day:(

Im very concerned whether i can be pregnant or if i did everything i could. I also saw that even if you are pregnant you can get a period???? im not sure what to do, i dont want to have a kid, i would understand hasty comments from woman or ppl if i had had sexual intercourse of any kind with him, but i didnt even touch him, he only touched me and his penis was kept away, (and then when he touched me after, he had came but i told him to stop, and pulled his hand away) at first i didnt think i can become pregnant but there are alot of stories. I dont know what to believe.

I also have been getting ALOT of lower abdominal pain, i feel like super tired, and i also feel like its contracting (could it be my uterus)? (the pain i have are like really bad cramps) is it too much medication for me??? I dont know when should be a good time to get a pelvic exam??

, I havent even kissed, seen my bf since the incident and no other kind of sexual activiity had taken place since 8/13/12 or before this date

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Heather
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hey, belle: can you go through this post listed at the top of this forum first?

http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/27/t/027786.html

Your last sentence alone should make clear that pregnancy is a non-issue here if you read through what it says.

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belle08
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I already read it thats why i posted the question because im still confused
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belle08
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My concern is that i got the depo shot a day after the sexual activity had taken place, thats why im worried that the shot may not have worked and the EC was not as effective since i took it 4 days later.
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If you've read through that link, you saw the part where it talked about what even constitutes a risk in the first place, right?

If so, you saw that you didn't engage in the kind of sexual activity which presents a risk of a pregnancy in the first place. So, ultimately, the Depo and the EC weren't even called for in this case, and when you took them really is a non-issue, since you took them for a risk you didn't actually have.

In other words, there wasn't anything for either of those medications to even do, so they couldn't have worked OR not worked. Make sense?

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