I'm 18 and I'm so worried I could be pregnant... On either April 20 or 21 (can't exactly remember) my boyfriend and I were fooling around in his car. He fingered me as I gave him oral sex. I'm not too worried about the fingering part though. Eventually he came on his shirt. He didn't touch me after that but I can't remember if I had some of his sperm on my hands still. I definitely touched myself down there after, I was also really wet and used a few napkins he had in his car to clean myself up a bit down there.
I was suppose to get my period this weekend and it still hasn't come. I'm never late, I get my period the same time every month like clockwork. I felt like I was going to get it but it never came. I know you can't get pregnant from oral sex and fingering obviously, but I think some of his sperm could've gotten inside me somehow when I cleaned myself up with the napkin. I never would have worried about what we did had I gotten my period like normal. But I didn't get it, now I'm so worried I'm pregnant. My boyfriend and I are both virgins btw, we haven't had sex yet. What is happening and if there is no chance I am pregnant then why is my period late...
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If not, why don't you start there, since I think both of those will cover your questions here.
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