Hello. I had sex the 26th of may and I was due to start my period the 29th but I haven't started. I am 15. Is it to early to take a pregnancy test? I know I post a lot of these on here but.. I haven't been sexually active for months, since December, and this was the first time in a long time. We didn't use a condom because we thought it was fine because I was so close to my period. He did not ejaculate inside me but It did get all over me. I haven't told him a thing yet, I don't want to worry him if it's nothing. And also right before my period my breasts get very tender and that went away this month. Is it to early for symptoms? And how long should I wait before taking a test? Thanks everyone for your help..
You should take a test 21 days after the sex. Repeat a week later to confirm the results.
What you are experiencing is not from pregnancy, it is just way too early, and you should have been infertile just before your period. That does not mean that you did not become pregnant, just that this is not it.
Please do the responsible thing and use protection.
Thank you. 21 days seems a little long.. I'll just have to be patient. One more thing if your of consenting age of sex and you have sex with someone over 18 will they get in trouble still? Or only if your under consenting age? Thanks.
If your partner is in a position of authority (teacher, coach, instructor, administrator, professor etc.) and 21 or older, the age of consent is 18 unless you are married.
Sexual intercourse, anal intercourse, cunnilingus or fellatio committed by a person 18 years of age or older with a person under the age of 16 years; or any other sexual penetration committed by a person 18 years of age or older with a person under the age of 16 years with the intent of arousing, appealing to, or gratifying the lust or passions or sexual desires of either of the persons is classified as 'statutory sexual seduction'.
The punishment for statutory sexual seduction (a gross misdismeonor) is:
Up to 1 year in prison
Up to $2,000 in fines
Possible registration as a sex offender if the judge so choose
There are no laws taking into consideration the age difference of partners (close-in-age laws).