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but nothing came through the glove THAT is what I am saying. and nothing had leaked onto my vulva. My mom and I have talked about a gyno visit fer awhile I am still waiting fer her to make one, should I still get a pregnancy test just in case?
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It's perfectly possible that the latex had holes in it which weren't visible to the naked eye, or that semen leaked out round the edge. Really, gloves are not designed for use as condoms.

So I suggest you do take a pregnancy test just in case - it can't hurt, and if you are pregnant then you need to know as soon as possible. And when you go to the gyno, I suggest you find out about STD/STI testing - if you're sexually active, this is a very sensible thing to do anyway.

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