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this_is_me
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I think that I am pregnate, my boy friend and I were rolling around naked and I don't think that anything went in, but pre cum and stuff is dangerous. And I haven't had my period yet. I am really scared. I don't know what to do. Like it has been about a week. I haven't had sex, and I am a really good girl in society. I am soo scared. I don't know what to do. Please tell me the first signs of pregnancy and what I could do at this point. Thank you
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logic_grrl
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If your period is late now, you can take a pregnancy test.

If not, then you'll have to wait until either it is late or 'til it's been 10-14 days since the incident in question, whichever is sooner.

A test is going to be much, much more reliable than looking for "signs".

Basically, you do have a potential pregnancy risk any time there's direct contact between your genitals and his. So in future, it's a smart idea to get a condom on him as soon as he's got an erection, before you start the rolling around, okay?

Direct genital contact also creates a risk for STD transmission, so both of you need to think about getting screened.

[This message has been edited by logic_grrl (edited 07-05-2003).]


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