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I'm trying to be calm. *sigh!*
Okay, I'm not sure whether I'm pregnant or not. I'm probably just over reacting, but I'm starting to stress.

I haven't had sexual intercorse, but I have given my boyfriend manual sex, and he has ejaculated on my hands. I just wipe it off with a tissue. I usually get some discharge because it's a turn on (:$) so I get a new tissue and clean myself up.

Now, my period is about a week and a half late. It may not seem like much, but to me it's a crisis I've been going to the toilet alot lately, and I recently vomited twice. Could I possibly be pregnant? Should I go to the doctor just to be safe? Or get a test?

What do I tell my mum if I am pregnant?

Thanks in advance for your help, I feel really stupid

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Did any of his ejaculate come into contact with your vagina or vulva? Cause you'd have to have actual contact for there to be any chance of pregnancy. Check out What's the Risk? to find a flow chart of situations that might match yours.

Sometimes periods are late, and going to the toilet and vomiting could just be a stomach flu or other illness. If you want to put your mind at ease, you could certainly take a pregnancy test (it would be accurate since your period is late).


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