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My boyfriend and I had more (protected) sex than usual in a certain period of time and he'd cum inside the condom but keep going (this happened at least twice) i dont remember if it slipped at all or if it couldve leaked out but my periods due within a week and i just noticed im not having my usual sore-boobs before my period
Is it normal for period symptoms to change like this or is it more likely i could be pregnant?

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Robin Lee
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Hi Pam and welcome to Scarleteen,

premenstrual symptoms can change. Our bodies aren't machines, and won't always do exactly the same things from cycle to cycle.

However, it's impossible for us or for anyone to say whether you're pregnant. The only way to know that is to take a pregnancy test.

For future reference, if people want to continue intercourse after ejaculation, it's sound practice to stop and change the condom. Continuing with the same condom is not the most effective condom use. here's some more information on condom use:Condom Basics: A User's Manual


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