uhm okay. well.. my period in Aug. was really late in the month and ended early sept.(i dont know the exact dates..im kind of irregular so i don't know for sure) I had sex 5 times in sept, each time he was wearing a condom and pulled out before he came just to lessen the risk,also pretty positive that none of them broke, Since it's October 2nd now, I'm not really sure if i skipped my period or not? I can usually tell the day that I'm going to have it.. i just get the feeling that i am, but i dont know. Is there a possibility of me being pregnant? I wish i knew if i was late or not! ahh.
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Your risk of pregnancy is very low, considering that your boyfriend wore a condom and pulled out.
Your period may be late if you tend to be irregular. If you miss your period over more than one month, or you have continuous periods that don't stop, you should get checked out by your gynecologist.
while people who shouldn't even be having sex Like it or not, that's what people do. People who post on the emergency boards have concerns that are real to them. We're here to help everybody, so please don't come across as some kind of overeager eugenicist.
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