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ayan
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Me and my frd had a sexual intercourse on the 8th and 12th of may. It was protected, we used condoms, wasn't broken. She is not on birth control cuz she doesn't usually have sex and it was her first time after 2 years. I have retarded ejaculation. So I didn't ejaculate, she was suppose to have her period on the 14th.

I had masterbated a day earlier each time, and peed several times before intercourse.

I got scared cuz one of the times I was putting the condom n I accidentally put it inside out for a few second n realized it immediately n put it on the other side.

It touched a tip on my penis and I m just scared if it got some semen in it. I checked for the hole in the condom and there was none.

She is 10 days late for her period and yesterday we got a hpt n it was negative. I just want to know how accurate they are. She doesn't have any preggy symptoms except sore breast and craving for sex which she has before her period (I don't know if it is actually a symptom of period).

She has always been irregular and have been going through stress with school nowadays. She's 22.

Now she's extremely scared on how accurate those tests are. And what is her chance of being pregnant.

[ 05-24-2012, 07:04 PM: Message edited by: ayan ]

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Heather
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Ideally, if that ever happens with a condom again, you want to toss that one out and try with a fresh one.

But you can't undo what already happened. Pregnancy isn't likely because of this, though her STI risks -- from you -- may have gone up a little. And if she took a home pregnancy test properly, they're very accurate, over 99%.

What we'd suggest she do is wait another week or so, and if she still doesn't have her period, she can test again or, if she prefers, get a test from her healthcare provider.

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ayan
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Thank you for your information. I have been really stressed recently about that. I just have another question, is craving for more sex (increased in sex drive) is a sign of period arrival or being recently pregnant? Thanks
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Heather
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People do or sdon't desire sex for a HUGE host of reasons, reasons which are emotional, intellectual, interpersonal, physical, biological, etc.

The reason someone wants more or less sex isn't just about their bodies. People who are getting their periods or have become pregnant may have no changes in their level of sexual desire or may have an increase or decrease, just like people who aren't about to menstruate or have become pregnant.

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