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we used a condom but could i still be pregnant?! help!

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My boyfriend and i had sex Saturday night and it was our second time. We used a condom this time and as far as I know there were no tears in it. I know the chance is slim, but being a teenage girl I cant help but be a little worried and hesitant that I could be pregnant...I am due to get my period any day tomorrow! What do you guys think? Thank you im really really worried!! everyone keeps giving me different statistics im really scared i can't stop thinking about it. im too young =( I just feel really odd thanks! help!!!

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replied March 3rd, 2011

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If the condom was intact after the act,there was no leakage and it was worn before the vaginal penetration then chances of pregnancy are not there.Since even precum can make a woman pregnant so condom should be used before insertion.
Do not take stress as it can delay your periods.You will have periods in a day or so.

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