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Nala
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OHk, here's the thing, my period is late. I have been tracking my period in the last 3 months, in from feb 1 was the first day of my period and i got the next period on the 11th of march, and then i have my next period on the 15th of april... i am just very very worried.It's 25th of May now....
I have been having sex every week in the past month on a friday night, but all were protected, we used a condom everytime and not genital contact unless there is a condom. There was no slippage or rips...

Could i be pregnant?

I am freaking out here!!!!

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DarkChild717
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If you used a condom perfectly, and there were no issues, the chances of you being pregnant are very, very slim.

Lots of things can delay a period. I'd also like to point out that a three month sample isn't enough to guage your period on...Heck, I've been menstruating for nearly 8 years now, and rather suddenly I've gotten 4-6 week cycles. They're totally and utterly normal.

Stress can also delay a period.

Have a look at our article MIA or Dude, Where's My Period?, and relax. [Smile]

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Nala
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Hey, i went for a at home pregnancy test on friday (26th) and it turned out to be negative... but i am still worried... so i am going for a blood test hopefully today.

thanks for the reply

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Nala
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Hey!
I just got back from the doctors... it's another negative! I am sooo happy... even though my period is still not here... and i am still a tiny bit worried, but i dont it's worth the stress anymore... thanks Darkchild717 for your advice.

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DarkChild717
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You're welcome!

Really, if you use condoms and lube for ALL genital contact, there's really no risk for pregnancy.

Heck, I went off the pill and went from exact 4 week cycles to having 5-6 week cycles. That worried me a bit, lemme tell ya. But it will come eventually. [Smile]

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