I'm a teen and I'm worried I may of gotten prego. I haven't had my period in two months but before the last my period took two months to come. I've never had sex before but my ex boyfriend (we are still friends) fingered me at a party for only about a minute and that was it. He did not have cum or sperm on his hands. He mastubated that day but washed his hands after. This occurred about 3 weeks ago. I am very worried and I come from a good family .
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replied December 31st, 2015
Welcome to e health forum.

The regular menstrual cycle in a woman is regulated by secretion of hormones from the hypothalamus, pituitary gland and those from the ovary.

At 15 years, you are still young and you may continue to have irregular cycles for some time.

Irregular periods is a common finding during teen years, and you need not worry about it.

Until the ovaries are completely developed and start their proper functioning there will be a imbalance in the hormonal balance and this will affect the regularity of the menstrual cycles in teenage girls.

As you grow up, with time your periods will become regular.

Since there was no intercourse and ejaculation, there is no risk of pregnancy.

I hope this answers your questions.
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