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I had intercourse with my fiance fourteen days after my last period and he came in me, I am only two days late on my period but I am also aware that fourteen days after your period is a very likely time for women to become pregnant- I am so scared, Should I be.
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If you weren't using any form of birth control, then yes, you most certainly should be worried. ANYTIME you have unprotected sex you have a pregnancy risk, no matter what day of your cycle it is. This is why you should always use condoms and possibly consider a back up method to go along with it, like the pill or the patch (and remember that the "withdrawl method" isn't really a method at all...pulling out is just as risky as not pulling out).

You're going to need a pregnancy test. And you and your partner will also need full STD screens. I'd advise taking a pregnancy test now, and then retesting in a week if your period still hasn't shown up just to verify the results. I'd also advise you check out some of the articles on our site here, we've got lots of information about your contraceptive options.

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