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Pain in the lower stomach, but no other pregnancy symptoms

Hey guys. I really need some help here.

My boyfriend and I were fooling around and he put on a condom and he put it in 2 times.
I got scared so I told him to pull it out. We were super careful though. It's been two weeks and I haven't had any pregnancy symptoms at all. I have to go take a pregnancy test with my mom in two days. Is it possible to be pregnant without having symptoms? Or does it sound like I'm freaking out too much?
It would be great if someone would reply! Thanks so much
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replied July 26th, 2011

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If the penetration was with condom then chance of pregnancy can be ruled out unless the condom was broken.Regarding the symptoms some woman do not have any symptoms at all when pregnant.
Wait for the periods right now.If they are missed consider visiting a Gynaecologist for evaluation.

Take Care!

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