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Recently my boyfriend and I have been doing sexual things, but not sex itself. There is a very slim chance that pre-cum or cum may have touched me down in the lower area, but if so then more than likely it was after being exposed to air. (I don't know for sure, but I've hear air kills it and would not get me pregnant). Anyway, I'm a week-ish late for my period. I'm only 17, almost 18, but I'm always pretty regular, so this is weird for me. Should I start to worry about pregnancy?
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Since you are late for your period, you can go ahead and take a pregnancy test to find out what's up.

And for the future, this may be a good read:
Pregnancy Scared?
Safe, Sound & Sexy: A Safer Sex How-To

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