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h.kirk100
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Hey guys,
I have posted in here before situations and have been super scared about being pregnant. Well, I think I was supposed to get my period Sunday or Monday and now it is Wednesday. My boyfriend and I fooled around 2 weeks ago. We pretty much did everything but sex. We were dry humping for a while, he fingered me, ate me out, I gave him a blowjob. At all times at least one of us had underwear on. I wasn't really nervous and didn't think much of it. Well now I am two days late... I took a pregnancy test this morning. It looked negative and was clear especially when I held it up in the window, but then when I put it down the faintest super thin looked kind of visible. I don't know if I am just paranoid and seeing things. Please help! Am I pregnant? Did I even have a risk? Why am I late?

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Redskies
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We've already talked with you about these concerns, for example here: http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/54/t/000238/p/1.html#000015 and here: http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/54/t/000275/p/1.html#000002 If you need to review the information we've given you before, you can re-read those, and the links that we gave you.

We can't talk with you about this any more. Heather explains why, generally, here: http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/14/t/000371/p/1.html#000002 You've also asked us more than three times about the same kinds of pregnancy worry, and as it states in the user agreement, we're likely to decline to discuss pregnancy scares with someone after that point.

What we can do is discuss with you why you keep doing things that scare you and how you might change that, or what you might need so you don't feel this way most months, if you want to.

Of course, we are also happy to talk with you at any point about anything else to do with sex or relationships that you might need us for, other than pregnancy scares.

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h.kirk100
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Thank you so much for your reply! I just saw that post from heather. So the line I thought I saw was nothing? I shouldn't be worried and my period will be soon? I'm not pregnant?
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Heather
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Please reread what Redskies just told you and the limit she set: she was very clear we will not talk with you about your pregnancy scare anymore.

Hopping right back in and asking again is disrespecting her, us and that limit. Just patently ignoring a limit someone sets with you is not okay.

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