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okay,im 14 and me and my g/f had sex, we were both virgins, and we had sex on saturday, the 18th(i put on a spermidical condom)i didnt feel myself cum though, and she called me 2day(the 22nd) and told me she was supposed to get her period today, but she didnt, so i panicked, and she said that it is normal for it to be late by a day or 2, and she says she hasent thrown up or anything and that she feels normal........could she be pregnant????

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If you used the condom for all genital contact you have no risk of pregnancy. Periods can indeed be off by a few days -- especially if she's not taking hormonal birth control -- without any cause for concern. M.I.A or, Dude, Where's My Period? goes into detail.

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