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Okay~ My problem is this:
I've been sick ( flu soar throat runny nose......all that good stuff) and me and my boyfriend had sex during that time. He pulled out before he ever did anything, and yes, he was wearing a condom. Im 3 days late on my period this month, and im just wondering if im late because i'msick ,or because im pregnant ??

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Oh, honey....
I can't tell you if you are pregnant, or not. You're going to have to go buy, and use a home pregnancy test to find that out. Sometimes really tough sports, and things delay mine slightly, but it's a personal thing. Are you on the pill? Condoms aren't 100%, and it's a really good idea to back it up [something to seriously consider if you aren't pregnant].

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Comdoms are only less than 100% effective if one of the following things is the case:

- your partner did not have it on from the very beginning of his contact with your vagina
- there was a hole in the condom
- it came off during intercourse, or
- it broke.

If none of those things are the case, your condom was effective.

Illness, stress, change in diet, exercise and a multitude of things can delay a period. In addition, most women do not have fully regular cycles until several years after their first period.

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