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ayle
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hi i am ali from pakistan.i want to know about my wife periods are late usually they are at 20 or 21 dates.we did sex for the first time.i m not sure hymen was already broken or not.when i fingered her deep enough there was no hymen but when i put penis in and slowly moved in vagina it wasnt even inor may be 1inch in it and i pulled out i had condom on.i checked condom but no liquid was there from my penis it was ok.but vagina was bleeding.so i wanna know wats the problem for periods so late.before condom i ejacuated but it was outside vagina in my hand.then when liquid was dry i put condom and put in vagina.was there any danger of pregnency?and also keep in mind we are muslims so we had 1 month full day fast as it is in our religion so she has lost alot of weight also.now please do help us wats the problem wahy the periods are so late.we are just engaged not married officcially.please we need to avoid and hide any pregnency dangers from our families.plzzzz.

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lucidkitty
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Often diet changes can have impact on period along with stress. Sperm can also live outside of the body for a bit of time....so yes it is possible she is pregnant, esp of the condom did not have spermicide on it. I would get a test to make sure.

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Lucid: Since he ejaculated in his hand long before they started vaginal entry, and used a condom for vaginal entry, it doesn't actually sound like there was a pregnancy risk.

Why don't you both take a look at this article:
Pregnancy Scared?

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lucidkitty
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Ahhh never mind i didn't see him say it was dry....well then yeah there is no chance.

[ 09-28-2010, 06:45 PM: Message edited by: lucidkitty ]

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ayle
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thanx for both of u .u r sooooooooooo gr88 .keep it up guys.and now what should she do if it is a diet problem.its 29 today periods usually happens on 20 or 21.so what should she take as diet to help her body start her periods..thanx aloot again

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There's nothing that she can do to start her period. She'll simply have to wait for it to come.

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Johanna
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ayle
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i mean no pills or medicine or strong diet to get some weakness off or something.

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There are no pills that your partner can take to start her period.

Your partner will certainly want to make sure that she's eating enough, and eating healthily. But that alone also won't automatically make her start her period.

All she can really do is wait for her period to start. If this is the first period she missed, this also isn't such a huge deal, especially given that it sounds like we can rule out a pregnancy. So, I suggest you two just try not to focus on this too much - worrying about it isn't going to help.

If she missed her period next month, too, however, it may be a good idea to see a doctor about it.

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