I had sex with my boyfriend for the first time 12 days ago. I am on birth control and have been for about six months now and a condom was used. Almost immedsaltly after I threw up and I have had a loss of appetite for the entire time now and feel odd sometimes. I think it might be stress because I cant sleep and I am constantly obsessing over the fact that I might be pregnant. I have taken two birth control tests and both came out negative, one being taken today. I need to know what the chances of me being pregnant are or if it was too early to taken the pregnanct test 12 days after sex? Thank you...
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As long as you have been correctly taking your birth control (everyday, same time, not taking/doing anything to interfere, etc.) and you correctly used condoms for all genital contact and they did not break, you basically have nothing to worry about here. Either condoms or hormonal birth control (when correctly used) are very effective, and when you team them up, they're about as low risk as it is possible to get (outside complete abstinence). So from your description, it sounds like you were well protected. Pregnancy test are reliable as soon as 10 days after a risk, so you can rely on your results.
You used a condom which did not break, and you are on birth control. Thus, there was no preganncy risk. And you have had two negative pregnancy tests, which pretty much means you are not pregnant.
Please, read the articles Sarah linked you to, especially the first one.
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