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Rawrkitten2
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Hi scarleteen. Im very nervous. /: I've had sex 4 times since my last period. everytime I've had sex, we've used a condom. my boyfriend and I are very careful. we check the condom every before he puts it in and we continuously check it during sex. my period is supposedly supposed to come in 6 days. I'm just freaking out because I usually have sore breasts a week or two before my period and this time they feel fine. no soreness. but I have little minor cramps now. everytime he ejaculated, I saw the semen at the tip of the condon, where it's supposed to be. it looks like we used it perfectly. what's wrong then??
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Jacob at Scarleteen
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Hey rawr, its plenty possible (and probable) that nothing is wrong.

Breast soreness just like any symptom of menstruation can suddenly vary due to an array of reasons, or even seemingly randomly.

I would say that the lack of soreness is an indication of very little indeed.

I hope this helps.

Perhaps you could also have a read of this article, which speaks about early pregnancy symptoms but also dealing with pregnancy fear/panic.

Chicken Soup for the Pregnancy Symptom Freakout's Soul

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Rawrkitten2
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okay thank Jacob for making me feel a little more calm. cause I mean the condom didnt tear or slip off. all the semen was ejaculated to the tip.. so there's no way right? I have a lot of creamy cm too.. is that normal before a period?
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Patricia H
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Hey Rawrkitten2,

It sounds like you are questioning the efficacy and strength of condoms even in light of its proper usage in your situation. I'm attaching a link to a post I created earlier that includes a video to how condoms are made; perhaps that will help make you feel better?

How Condoms Are Made

As for the "creamy cm [sic]" that you write of, that is known as discharge. Your vagina is a self cleaning organ that naturally produces discharge, and depending on where you are in your cycle, the consistency and texture of it will change. Please take a look at this link below for more information:

Honorably Discharged: A Guide to Vaginal Secretions

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Nolite te bastardes carborundorum. - Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid's Tale

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Rawrkitten2
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wow thanks so much! [Smile] makes me feel better. my breast are sore now too.. isn't that funny how that worked out? I feel alot better now thanks for all your help!
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