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CorvusWolf
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I haven't had sex with my boyfriend in several months. I get my period each month and I had a very regular period while I was on birth control. I stopped taking birth control when I got to college. I had unbelievable room mate issues and I never knew where I was going to sleep at night or when I would get up. My schedule is completely out the window. I haven't had sex the entire time I've been off birth control. However, I have let my boyfriend ejaculate on my stomach, and he would finger me after he handled himself (he was very careful about this and he never touched the tip of his penis before he touched me). I would do the same. Once he ejaculated on my stomach while I was standing up, but I had my jeans and panties on at the time and we blocked what we though was most of his ejaculate from reaching past my waist. The biggest risk we've taken is he has poked me several inches away from my vagina. I can't really describe this without being vulgar, so I'll say it was an area that wasn't wet...he would on the "outside" of my privates. I haven't had a period since late august and I am EXTREMELY freaked out. I haven't had any signs of my period coming up either. In total, it's been about fifty days since my last period. Could I be pregnant?? Please help soon!!

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...I will also add that I've gained about 7 pounds in the past month and I've been the same weight since seventh grade. This was a big shocker. I've also been under a TON of stress.

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Things like major life changes, stress, a change in sleeping pattern, can all have an impact on your menstrual cycle. Also, it takes the body a while to get back into the swing of things after stopping hormonal birth control. So, I see plenty of reasons why your period may be late.

However, the best way to rule out a pregnancy for sure is by taking a pregnancy test.

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Johanna
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CorvusWolf
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Do any of the things we did pose a risk though??

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It sounds like you do not engage in direct genital to genital contact, so no, the activities you engage in should not pose a pregnancy risk.

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