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Sweetness @ Heart
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Well I had previously sent a question?I had protected sex 2 weeks ago.He didnt hold the base of the condom to pull out after we were done he just pulled away.The condom was a little bit still inside of me.I didnt notice until i went into the bathroom 5mins after wasn't sure if any sperm went inside of me.I decided not the take ec pills.I just got my period today its on the usual day.A day early if anything(DEFINATELY NOT LATE)Does this mean im pregnant?Should I still take a pregnancy test?or am i ok?
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If you're experiencing your period on time and as normal (normal or close to normal flow, etc.), it's safe to assume you're not pregnant.

If you want a bit of extra peace of mind, it certainly wouldn't hurt to take a pregnancy test, but I wouldn't think you'd need to worry.

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