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akapinknailsaka
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ok so this is my second post, sorry if this is too much but i have another question. Just a little background info: Me and my bf had protected sex on January 11. I was expecting my period on the January 14. It is now the 18 of January. My last period was on December 12. I have been exercising and eating differently (better) the past two weeks.

Ok so when we had sex he did not ejaculate but the condom might have broken. We do not think it broke while inside me, I think it rubbed against something and it snagged it or something, but we are still getting nervoused. He usually can tell if it breaks and we are always careful. Any one have any advice or anything please? Am I overreacting or something? I have been stressing alot the past few days. Nothing seems out of the normal, but the past few days my stomach has felt a little churny or something near the top of my stomach (not the lower part). I cant tell if they are cramps or not because usually i do not get those during pms. Please Help!

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Robin Lee
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If your stomach is feeling churny towards the top, that's your actual stomach (or possibly another part of your digestive system), not just the general area that we call stomach that tends to include anything in the abdominal area. So, it's not menstrual cramps, specifically, though some folks do get an upset stomach before or during their periods.

As we said in your other thread, your risk sounds pretty low at this point. It's too soon, however, to take a pregnancy test. We usually suggest, for the most accurate results, if someone is concerned about pregnancy to take a test about 14 days after the risk occurred.

For future reference, it's okay to continue your questions in the same thread in the same forum. That way, you can keep track of the answers you get.

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akapinknailsaka
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Ok.. And thank you for being patient with me [Smile]
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Saffron Raymie
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When condoms do break, they tend to look very obviously broken - like a popped balloon. Did it look like that?

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akapinknailsaka
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no it did not, it looked normal, but at the end he checked it and it was a tiny hole in it... but no more worries my period came on today! thank you both sooo much for helping me out!!
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