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Well, about a month ago me and my boyfriend decided to have intercourse..

He put the condom on properly. After that, we began to have sex. The head of the penis didn't even go all the way in, and he only attempted to stick it in about three to five times.
He didn't even have an orgasm, nor did he pre-cum.

I wouldn't even say we've had sex, but yeah.

He took the condom off, and I checked it, just incase, to see if there were any rips/tears in.
There wasn't.

Well, I'm thinking my period's a couple days late..
But, I'm not sure.
Last month, it was off by about four or five days.

So, this month I'm not sure when it's supposed to come, and I'm scared I might be pregnant.

Is there any way possible I am?


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If you used the condom for all genital contact, and it didn't slip or break, then you have not had a pregnancy risk. Check out this article for other reasons why a period might be late:
M.I.A or, Dude, Where's My Period?

One more thing: when a guy has an erection, there is also pre-cum involved. Not to mention that, with all of the other bodily fluids involved during sex, it'd be really hard to tell whether or not there is pre-cum. So it's best to always use a condom if there is genital contact. Which you did, so no worries. [Smile]

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