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witcheyez
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Heya, i am 17 days late for my period and my breasts are really sore. i havent had any sex at all, but some precum may have come into contact with my vagina about 3/4 months ago. i have had periods since then but they have been quite light compared to normal.

Am i just late or do you think i could be pregnant?


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Heather
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I'm not sure I understand how you had contact with seminal fluid without any sort of sex.

Regardless, if you have had any direct genital contact with someone male or direct genital contact with seminal fluids, both pregnancy and STI risks were been present.

HOWEVER, if you have had periods since then, and no other contact since then, you are not pregnant.


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