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RacheinToronto
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Hi. This might sound confusing, but I'll try to explain as best I can. In August I thought I was pregnant. However, I ended up getting my period right on time, normal and all. But the whole experience shook me up and I took a test just to be sure, and it came back negative. I can feel my pms right on time, and my next period Should come on Wednesday. However, I was having sex with my boyfriend this past Saturday. I noticed the comdom was coming off, so we fixed it. Then he took it off himself and proceeded to use his fingers on me. I was just wondering what my risk is. I can feel my period coming, but is there any way that even though I can feel it coming, I'll miss my period because of what happened Saturday? I dont really know what to think, any input would be helpful.
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cool87
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You have a risk of pregnancy whenever semen come in contact with your vulva or vagina. And you're the only one to know if that happened. Did some semen leak off of the condom since it slipped off ? And did he had semen on his hands when he fingered you ? If not, then I wouldn't worry too much.

If you're scared that might have been the case though, there's EC you can take. It can help ease your mind.

And yes, you can indeed have your period delayed and even missed even if you're not pregnant. This can happen because of a lot of things such as stress, your diet, too much exercise, plain old irregularities ( mostly if it's been less than five years you have your periods) or other things.

You might want to look at this article.
What's the risk ?

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