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jerzychica02
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i had unprotected sex with my boyfriend on january 17th..he pulled out and came on the sheet right in front of me, very close to my vagina and i'm 90% sure that none got in me but that 10% is killing me. I have had sex with him 5 times now and have used a condom every time..except that one..i went to the clinic the next day, and they were closed. i went the next day and they were closed again. the next day was the 20th, and they were closed for martin luthar king day. it had been 72 hours and so i realized i cannot use emergency contreception anymore. i got my last period on january 31st, but before that i got it on december 25th making me 5 days late on my last period. It is february 3rd and i havent gotten my period yet..i am worrying and can't stop stressing..please....any advice? thank you
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logic_grrl
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Even if he did withdraw before ejaculation and none of his ejaculate got near you, withdrawal is not an effective method of contraception, since pre-ejaculate contains more than enough sperm to get you pregnant.

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got my last period on january 31st, but before that i got it on december 25th making me 5 days late on my last period.

If you got your period on January the 31st (and it was a normal period, not just spotting), then you aren't pregnant (even if the period started a few days late). If you're still worried, you can always take a pregnancy test.

However, I'm not sure why you say:

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It is february 3rd and i havent gotten my period yet.

if your last period started on January the 31st (which was only 3 days ago).

If that was a typo and you haven't had your period since the unprotected sex, then you need to go take a pregnancy test right away.

And since the sex was unprotected, you will also need STD/STI testing (which is a good thing to have anyway if you're sexually active).


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jerzychica02
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PRAISE THE LORD! i just got my period! i will NEVER have sex without protection again! that was so naive and dumb..thank you for you're advice..i made an appt. to get birth control today also so along with that and condoms, i will hopefully never get a pregnancy scare again HERES SUM ADVICE GIRLS, never do the whole "pull out" before he cum's..waiting and wondering if you're pregnant is HORRIBLE
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KittenGoddess
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Good for you for making an appointment! Just make sure that you tell them that you need a full STD screen too. And get your boyfriend to get an appointment, he'll need to be screened too!

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