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i havent had my period since may. i did not have intercourse the only thing me and my bf did was he just layed on top of me while we both had our underware on we didnt even rub alot he did not cum or anything. i skip periods very often i am 19 years old and in november i had sex for the first time protected of course. i was also 2 months months late after that and have been skipping months ever since could someone please help me should i be worried about pregnancy or is something wrong with my body? i have been reading about ovarian cysts and there symptoms. but im afraid to take a pregnancy test cause if i am pregnant i wouldnt know what to do. thanks alot and i would appricate the help.

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we really can't tell you if you're pregnant or not over the internet, as we don't know everything you've done. the only thing you can do is get a pregnancy test. i know it's scary, but not as scary as a baby popping out in nine months. at least you'll have some time to think about it.

also, since we don't know everything you've done with your boyfriend, here's something that could help.
What's the Risk?

good luck

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In addition to mm's good advice:

* don't be scared to take a test - get at least cause for concern out of the way

* you need to see a GYNO. Scarleteen recommends girls start appointments when they begin to menstruate. At this appointment, s/he can rule out things like cysts or anything else, and possibly also prescribe a birth control pill to regulate your cycle.

Good luck!


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Zanney & mistress_monkey give you terrific advice.

From what you've told us, I find it unlikely you're pregnant. But as they said, only a pregnancy test can determine that.

What COULD be delaying your period?
*Added stress of whether you can be pregnant
*Your apparent irregular periods

You should consider getting a pregnancy test VERY soon and seea gyno. Because, if for some reason you're pregnant, you need proper prenatal care.

You may want to look at this EXCELLENT piece by the site's founder on Women Sexual Health 101:

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Go talk to the good folks at Planned Parenthood. They'll give you a pregnancy test for free. If it's positive, they'll help you make a decision about what to do. Good luck, and stay cool.
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