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A couple of weeks ago I was laying naked with a boy I've been seeing and we had oral sex and then, I gave him a hand job where he ejaculated on my stomach, it was easily cleaned up and we went on our ways, there may have been small amounts of genital to genital contact but there was no pentetration and he did not come anywhere near my vagina/vulva ect but nothing of significance I can remember. Now I am late for my period, and I was worried if there was any chance at all for pregnancy. We are not worried about STDs both of us were fine last time we checked. I have been under a lot of stress from work and school lately so could that be the cause of my late period? Thanks so much
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Hello, Kate.

Have you looked through our self-assessment guides for pregnancy risks yet? If not, why don't you please start there:

And we'll be happy to help if you have any further questions.

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"The question is not who will let me, but who is going to stop me." -Ayn Rand

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