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toni94
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ok so about 2 1/2 weeks ago my bf and i were fooling around one night and well what happened was that he pulled my pants and underwear down and pulled his penis out. i was on my hands and knees and he went behind me and put his penis horizontally between my vagina (like a witch would ride a broom stick style ) and had his penis head sticking out in the air. Right before he ejaculated he pulled it away and it all came on my leg. Two weeks later the am i pregnant fear has struck me like lightning. i didn't use any protection i wasn't even thinking on how dangerous this is for me as a teen. What should I do? SHould i take a test? I had just ended my period the day before. Do i have a high risk of being pregnant? Should i be having signs by now that i am? help me please:/
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Robin Lee
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Welcome to Scarleteen.

Contact between a bare penis and a bare vulva (the outside of the vagina) does pose a pregnancy risk.

You would not be having signs of pregnancy this soon, though.


Pregnancy tests are accurate 14 or more days after a pregnancy risk, so now would be an excellent time to take one.

Here's some reading material for you and we can talk through this some more.


Pregnancy Scared?

Peeing on a Stick: All About Pregnancy Tests

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toni94
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i have one more question...i have a history and an on going one of eating disorders and my periods are light and very short...2-3 days long. does this effect anything?
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I'm not quite sure what you mean by whether this affects anything.

If you're asking whether it affects your level of fertility, there's really know way to know unlesss you've been evaluated by a doctor. Light, short periods don't necessarily mean lower levels of fertility.

Did you have a chance to read the articles I linked you to? The sexual activity you described does pose some level of risk for pregnancy.

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Yes, I did get a chance to read them and they were very helpful, thank you. I did a pregancy test and it read negative. I did use the ones that detect low levels of hgc. I'm just still scared and waiting for my period to happen.
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I've been feeling nauses when I eat food, peeing frequently on and off somedays, and I've no appitite for food. I know i'm being overly freaked out right now but I'm really scared. should i be worried about anything? Or could this just be signs for my period? Or just changes in my body due to the warmer weather?
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The symptoms you described could be anything from a stomach flu to stress. It's unlikely that they would be due to pregnancy this early in the game.

And a negative pregnancy test is a great sign that you're not pregnant. Pregnancy tests are known to be accurate 14 or more days after a risk, and we're well past 14 days now, yes?

Are you expecting your period around this time?

Would you like to discuss birth control options for future sexual activity?

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OK i thought it was stress, and yes way past the 14 days. my periods never have a specific day they come by but usually around the 16-24th it happens. I'm starting to show my signs of acne that usually happens the week before my period so that's been a good sign.

And yes that would be great, I'm not very educated when it comes to birth control. Though i've heard there are some unpleasant symptoms, but that varies from person to person right?

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