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mariacg
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2/16/11 period came and it ended 2/20 or 2/21..
I had protected sex with my boyfriend about 1 week after that. I tell him that im sure that the condom broke since his penis slipped out... Now im a week late on my period.. Can i be pregnant???

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Karybu
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A condom breaking or slipping off does present a pregnancy risk, yes. Since you're already a week late for your period, you can go ahead and take a pregnancy test now.

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