So me and my boyfriend had protected sex twice this month [of my cycle.] The first time, I was actually ill with Glandular fever, and just recovering. I had just finished my period a couple of days before hand. All went fine. Later on in the month, one week ago, we had sex again. Less than two minutes in, I withdrew [can't remember why] and the condom slipped off his penis. I was ontop of him, and took the condom straight out of my vagina. He had not ejaculated yet. We then changed condoms and resumed sex. Both times I asked him [and he did] withdraw, as he was ejaculating. Therefore, he has never ejaculated inside of me. After every time we have sex, we fill up the condom with water, to check for leaks and holes - to which there were none.
Anyway, I have a very short, irregular, cycle [from 18 - 26 days] Today is day 28, and still no period, although I ovulated around a week and a half ago. Since around day 22 I have been experiencing strong PMS and abdominal/vaginal cramps, similar to that during my period. Tomorrow, I will get a pregnancy test, just in case, however, I was just wondering what the chances of me being pregnant were [as of the condom slipping off etc.]
I have a pack of the combined pill, however, I have not been able to start it yet [due to getting them on the 3rd day of my period]
I was also thinking, this may be a miscalculation as I was ill and did not write down when the first day of my cycle was - although I am rather sure it has been 28 days today. Which is roughly 4/5 days late for me. I am also quite skinny, with a BMI of 16.9, however, this has never affected or delayed my period.
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