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PandaLover
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Hi like a month ago or two I asked a question about being pregnant by fingering but I am still worried that I am. I took a pregnancy test and it said I was not pregnant but I don't think I took it right and its been almost two months without having a period.I don't know what to do, I just want to know for sure that I am not pregnant so I will tell you what happend again. About six months ago I missed two periods and then a guy fingered me but I made him cum before hand and he washed his hands and so did and then he came back but he still had some cum on his stomach and he went to go wipe it off, he came back and there wasn't any cum that I could see and he started fingering me but I'm sure if he got all of it off of his fingers. Then about 5 or 6 days later I started bleeding for seven days and after the seventh day we had protected sex. I pulled out before he could cum alot but I am not sure if there was a possibility of the condom being broken. Then a month later I started bleeding again for seven days. Since then I have missed two periods and I am worried. Am I pregnant?
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Hi PandaLover,

The information we gave you before about what is and isn't a likely pregnancy risk is still the same. [Smile]

The only way for anyone to know if they're pregnant is to take a pregnancy test. So, you can either get another pregnancy test and make sure you follow the instructions exactly, or go to a healthcare provider or sexual health clinic and ask them to conduct the pregnancy test.

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I worried about missing a period, I don't think I'm pregnant because I haven't gained any weight or anything and by now I should be huge since its been four months but I don't understand why I am missing my period. I have been trying to induce it but nothing is working. Online it says that Parsley Tea will induce a period but I'm iffy about trying it. I have been on and off having my menstrual cycle since I became sexually active which I am not anymore but it doesn't make sense as to why I am still missing my period.

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I am cramping and having back pain and feeling tired, does that mean my menstrual cycle is coming? Its what usually happens before my period.
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I read the articles and it says its unlikely to get pregnant by fingering but it did say that using a condom isn't always 100% effective, is it unlikely to become pregnant if a condom didn't break or if the guy barely cummed before pulling out before he could finish? Is the only way to become pregnant is by genital to genital contact or alot of semen getting into the vagina?
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If the condom didn't slip off or break, and if it was used for all genital contact, pregnancy is very, very unlikely.

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Ok, Thank you for your help.
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You're welcome.

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