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First, I would just like to say that I have no idea what I would do without Scarleteen, it is my only real outlet. Back in April I had sex, and the condom kind of broke, but he did not cum inside me. However, since then I have taken various HPT Tests, my normal periods, and even an ultrasound. However, I feel like if I turn on the tv in the morning it is a pregnant woman, and I get paranoid. I was just wondering if anyone else has been where I'm at right now? I'm still really worried about nothing.
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I would talk to a school counselor or any other trusted adult about how you're feeling. I have panic disorder, and the general symptoms don't match at all what you're feeling. That's not to say that I don't think that what you're feeling is legitimate, because I do. Pregnancy scares are, well, scary. They're emotionally trying and can cause a lot of anxiety, which you're obviously still feeling. Talking to an impartial third party who is trained and practiced in knowing just what to say can be wonderful.
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