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Hi all

Please someone help me

my girlfriends and I were fooling around on the 8 jan 2014 and i fingered her after she gave me a hand job we both washed our hands and did it a few more times she was ment to get her period today the 20th but nothing so far her abdomen is hard and her lower back is sore and says that her cramps are on n off the past weekend.. could you get pregnant from this and if so is this to early to experiencing pregnancy symptoms PLEASE HELP!

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Robin Lee
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Hi Luwa,

Can you please take a look at our answers to your previous concerns about pregnancy, as well as the articles we linked you to, to figure out for yourself whether or not this was a pregnancy risk?



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