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Me and my g/f had unprotected sex 2 days after her period and that was the last time we had sex but now she is 2 weeks late for her next period and i was wonderin if it is at all possible that she is pregnant and how could it have happened? we r both 16 if that helps

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Unprotected sex places her at a high risk of pregnancy I'm afraid. You'll have to purchase a pregnancy testing kit. Or go to a doctor, which you should both do anyway in order to get STD/STI tested- something you need to do after having unprotected sex.
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A woman can get pregnant at any point in her cycle. According our handy Pregnancy Risk Assessment Flow Chart, there is a moderate to high risk that your a woman may get pregnant having unprotected penis-in-vagina intercourse.

We don't have some magic way of telling over the internet whether she is pregnant or not, though. Your girlfriend needs to get tested, pronto. In many countries, home pregnancy tests are readily available at most drugstores. If it tests positive, she should get to a doctor, pronto, to have the results verified. If it tests negative, repeat the test in 2 weeks just to be sure.

Furthermore, you are now both at risk for a variety of nasty sexually transmitted diseases, and you should BOTH be tested.

And in the future, always, ALWAYS use a condom and lubricant. Being 16 is stressful enough without worries like this. We have some great articles on this site that can help you with advice and information, so check 'em out.

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