Well I had protected sex with boyfriend on June 5th. Twice a few hours apart. We used protection but I think condoms may have been slightly damaged as other in pack looked bit battered. Also not sure how careful he was.
Last period was from may 27th approx for about 5-7days. Have not had one since.
Anyway we broke up a few days after (he turned out to be a complete jerk but thats another story, also discovered hed lied to me and had not in fact even kissed a women til 18months ago-he is 33 now so I was led to believe he was experienced from wayhe talked and knew what he was doing.sex wasnt that great not bad but not great either.)So bit concerned he wasnt experienced in using contraception
I figured may have been slight risk so on 28june took home test and was negative.
Does this mean I am definitely not pregnant or could it have been too soon after risk.
How much longer should I wait to see if get period before do another test.
I really hope I am not as I do not want him to be my babys father, I do not want him in my life, I am over him and wanna move on and obviously this will all change if am pregnant.
What do you think chances are?
I know id keep baby as I wouldnt be able to give up or get rid of, but just hope am not.
Any advice would be great
PS if i am has he any rights, like there is no way he could ever get custody is there? Or make decisions regarding child?Ok thinking to far ahead but that what scares me
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If you took a test on the 28th, that is a full 23 days after the risk. You can take a pregnancy test 10-14 days after the risk at the soonest, so if you got a negative reading 23 days after, it is very, VERY unlikely that this is incorrect. So no, you are not pregnant.
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