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umm i had sex with my bf 2 weeks ago, we started out without a condum but then we realized it(10minutes) and put one on. he said he didn't cum and he couldn't have precummed becuase he didn't masturbated before that day. and it was a week after i had my period. i'm afraid to get pregnant, should i got get a preg test, and which section is it at?
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I can't tell you if you're pregnant or not. I can tell you that by having unprotected sex you've put yourself at risk for pregnancy and STD's. You can check out our pregnancy flow chart to find exactly what your risk would be. By looking at the chart, it says your risk is moderate to high, because you did have sex w/o a condom but he did not ejaculate.

My advice to you now would be to make an appointment w/ a doctor for a full STD/STI screen to be sure you haven't picked up anything. Wait 10 days after the 'incident', or the first day your period is missing to take a pregnancy test. I've never actually shopped for a pregnancy test, but i've seen them in the condom aisles most of the time. You should buy two, and take the second one 10-14 days after you take the first one, if you get a negative reading. If you get a positive one, make an appt w/ your doctor for a confirmation and prenatal care.

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