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So about 1 month and a half ago me and my boyfriend were dry humping with two layers between us, I know this doesn't really pose a risk of pregnancy but here the thing. I had my period 11 days after that but I didn't have cramps that time , and now my period is late for this month , could I be pregnant or could this just be a cause from stress to miss my period ?
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As you have not had a pregnangy risk, that is not the reason your period is late. Here is an article on other possible reasons for late periods: M.I.A or, Dude, Where's My Period?

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