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Late Period after losing virginity

Hey all,
Last week me and my girlfriend lost our virginity to each other. Since then we had sex 2 times with protection. I came in her but when I took off the condom the sperm was in it every time. My gf had to have her period on the 28th of July, but she told me it was going to be a bit late because she went to Germany last month and changed the climate drastically, also she said that it is possible to be late since this was her first time. But now we are both getting worried is it possible for her to be pregnant ?!..
P.S. after sex when I took off the condom the sperm was in it (but what if it had a hole the first time we tested the condom and we poured water in it and it didn't leak, but the second and third time we didn't I'm positively sure that the other condoms we used were intact... I cum in her but all the sperm was in the condom. I just don;t know what to do or think, cuz today is 07.09 and she had to have her period on the 28.08. Can anyone suggest me something ?
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replied August 9th, 2012
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If condom was used properly and if there was no direct contact of vagina with pre-cum or semen, chances of pregnancy resulting is minimal. Condoms are also associated with failures and do not give you 100% protection, hence chances of pregnancy cannot be ruled out completely. Wait and watch for her periods. Look out for development of any new symptoms if pregnancy is suspected. She should visit her gynecologist for further evaluation and assistance if she does not get her periods within 10 days of expected period dates, or gets abnormal bleeding. If pregnancy gets ruled out and if you are not ready for pregnancy, but intend to remain sexually active, you should consider getting her started on suitable regular birth control measures to be protected (after her periods). She should be regular with birth control use as instructed. Avoid having unprotected sexual contact if you are not ready for pregnancy.
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