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Went to movies on June 18th

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On June 18th my boyfriend and i went to the movies he touched me but didnt finger me instead he poked something and it hurt he claimed to have no cum on his hands 9 or 10 days after the event on June 28th in the morning i took a pregnancy test that cameout negative and shortly after like around 5pm i got my period it lasted for 6 to 7 days i also took 3 more pregnancy tests that cameout negative (on these following days july 13th 16th and 24th). after the first situation i starved myself because i was stressed out since my boyfriend did both situations forcefully the only reason i havent left him is because im scared im pregnant. i ended up starving myself lost 15 pounds my abdomine is really hard. i was expecting to get my period the 25th but it came a day late which is pretty normal because im a teen and their some wat irregular my period came July 26th i still have it and its been 8 days is that normal? on june 26th i gave my boyfriend a hand job and he cam all over my hand he whipp


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replied August 11th, 2010
Pregnancy Answer A15175
Hi! Many thanks for your question on eHealth forum!

No, you are definitely not pregnant. Fingering etc will not result in pregnancy. Pregnancy can happen only if there is slight or proper penetration of penis into vagina with ejaculation.

If you are being forced into sexual activities you are not comfortable with, it is high time you sort this out. Hope this helps. Take care!



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