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My boyfriend and I have been having sex for a while now, and we've had sex only once on the 20th between now and my last period. We used a condom like we do everytime, and it didn't break. I was supposed to have my period by now (today is the 30th day of my cycle and I usually have my period by the 26th day). I haven't had it yet, and my boyfriend and I are a bit worried but we think that it just might be late because I'm sometimes a few days off. Is there any chance that I might be pregnant?
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If you've correctly used a condom for all contact and haven't had any problems with them, then the condoms should have protected you quite well. Especially when you're young, it's not abnormal to have periods be a bit off now and then. If you're worried, it'd be ok to go ahead and take a pregnancy test, just to help you relax.

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