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aimlbee
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i was fingered by my boyfriend and i blowed him on the 2nd last day of my period. he did not ejaculate and as far as i remember only i touched him down there and i did not penetrate or touch myself with my fingers. my period is late by about 5-6 days, i feel very bloated which i hav neva felt before due to periods and i hav slight but constant back pain. i do get backpain usually on the day of my period but it is more intense and doesnt last this long. it was also my first time sexually. am i possibly pregnant??
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Onionpie
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hey aimlbee, welcome to Scarleteen [Smile] Have you checked out any of the articles on the main site to find answers to this question? I'd suggest reading this article: Manual Sex It has a lot of good, accurate information, and goes step-by-step so you can really assess what kind of risk you have. If you have any more questions after reading that, come back and we can help you out [Smile]
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aimlbee
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i tried that. but because i was on the last day of my period. and i hav heard that sometimes periods could be delayed due to stress and high hormone levels (a result of first time 'sex') i decided i needed to ask. please tell me my pregnancy risk!
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atm1
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The article that Onionpie linked you clearly states:

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If your fingers or hands came into contact with pre-ejaculate (pre-cum) or semen (ejaculate, "cum"), either your own or your partner's, did you touch your female partner's genitals or insert your finger(s) into her vagina (or touch your own genitals/insert your finger(s) into your vagina if you are female) after wiping your hands off, or after more than twenty minutes or so had passed, but without washing them?

If you DID touch your or your partner's vulva or genitals after only WIPING pre-ejaculate or semen off of your hands, or after some time had passed, but without washing them thoroughly, you have NO to a VERY LOW risk of pregnancy.

You really did not have a significant pregnancy risk here. Since your period is late, you can take a pregnancy test now if you are still worried.
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aimlbee
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just thought id thanku and tell u that my period came 2day, 2 weeks late. very relieved [Big Grin]
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