Hi, I'm a first time poster, but let me just say that I love this site. Thanks for being such a cool site.
I'm 19 years old and I have a boy friend. 2 months ago, my boyfriend and I were fooling around and then I slipped myself into his penis for like, 15 seconds. I know that it doesn't matter how long it was in there or even if he came (he didn't- but there was precum). I was so hassled and stressed about it but finally my period came 2 weeks after. So yay!
Fast forward to two months after and I haven't had my next period. I'm irregular (sometimes I won't have my period in 2 months) and we haven't had sex or even fooled around like that but i'm still kind of scared?
Question: Could I be pregnant even if I've had my period 2 weeks after sex?
What should I do? help!!
Posts: 2 | From: Philippines | Registered: Nov 2007
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You had a very small risk to begin with, and if your period was anything like a regular, normal period, then you cannot be pregnant.
(Though you did have an STI risk - are you two up-to-date on your STI tests?)
There are many reasons why a period could be late or skipped, but since you report that this happens frequently, I suggest you talk to a gyn about this if you haven't already. This doesn't mean that it's something to worry about, but if periods are very irregular, it's always best to cover all your bases and make sure nothing's amiss.
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"The question is not who will let me, but who is going to stop me." -Ayn Rand Posts: 9192 | From: Cologne, Germany | Registered: Sep 2005
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