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kaseoop
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So my girlfriend has missed her period for a month now and I'm FREAKING OUT!!! (Her last period was December 5th and its January 24.) I'm thinking of getting her a pregnancy test but before that I want to know if there is even a chance.

What went down: We both touched each others genitals until we both came. I never touched mine and she never touched hers. When I came, I didn't come anywhere on her and mostly on my penis and my stomach. I didn't recall any pre-cum or cum on my fingers while I rubbed her.

Another time, she was on top with only undies on and I only had boxers. At one point my penis was touching her vagina and it was wet from pre-cum.

Usually I wouldn't worry but it has almost been 2 months and it's starting to worry me a lot. Would these two situations have a chance of getting her pregnant?

Thanks.

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Karybu
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Have you read through this? Pregnancy Scared?

Start there, and if you have more questions, come on back.

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"Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing." -Arundhati Roy

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kaseoop
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Thanks for the link. I read it and I don't think that there's a risk in her being pregnant but at the same time she's missed her period for almost 2 months and it's just giving me that feeling of "maybe she is.. somehow." LOL

What is your opinion on this? Should I get a pregnancy test ? Or do I really have nothing to worry about.

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Karybu
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Well, there's never any harm in taking a pregnancy test - there's not really been a risk, but it's always worth the peace of mind, you know? So she can go ahead and take a test if she wants, and if the result is negative and she still doesn't get her period within the next month or so, it wouldn't hurt for her to check in with a doctor about it.

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