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I had sex for the first time yesterday (2nd April) and i need to know if I got or could have gotten pregnant. Before intercourse I gave my boyfriend a hand job I'm pretty sure he ejaculated then he put his tip "in" and I asked him to put a condom on so he did before continuing. I'm on the pill but not for contraceptive reasons and I took the pill late on Thursday. I had taken the pill on time every day after and took it on the morning we had sex. I've been taking the pill for two weeks and my next period is due in 14 days. I'm fifteen and really don't want to be pregnant, what is you'r verdict and what can I do to terminate the possible pregnancy without anyone finding out?


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replied April 4th, 2012
Am I Pregnant Answer A33488
Hello,

Welcome to ehealthforum and thanks for writing

As described by you, before the penetration protection was used and if the condom was intact and did not leak or break during the sexual act then possibility of pregnancy is nil.Unprotected intercourse always carries a risk of pregnancy and should be avoided at all.

You have also been taking contraceptive pills and if you have taken the pills regularly at the same time and the last pill was taken not more than 12 hours late then protection against pregnancy would be there.

Relax yourself as stress can delay the periods.Consider using protection everytime as it protects against pregnancy and various sexually transmitted diseases.

Take care!


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