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Umm I had sex with someone nine days ago.. we used condoms fully.. the first time he didn't ejaculate in me, we didn't finish.. the second time I saw the condom after he ejaculated and I mean I didn't see any tear or anything dripping or anything like that... we had manual sex and we did not wash our hands... I usually get my period every 28 days however I'd been on the pill the last year and a half but went off it the period before this happened... its been 29 days now.. I've felt at times like it was coming but it's still not here.. what should i do?

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It doesn't sound to me like you had a pregnancy risk, so don't worry too much about that. Too, you can take a pregnancy test once it's been 10-14 days after the risk to rule that out.

Since you're just coming off the pill, you should expect some period wonkiness. Some women coming off of it skip periods, have late or early periods, or have heavier or lighter periods. Basically, the whole range of differences can happen, and it can take up to 6 months to even out back to your natural cycle.

So, really, being one day late is nothing to worry about at this point. [Smile]


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