IS THIS POSSIBLE NEED HELP PLEASE

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sgan1234 - March 5

me and my boyfriend were about to have s_x. he had a condom on w/o holes and everything. he started to rub on my va___a with his p__s first and almost went in but didn't cause we weren't sure we were ready after all. (im still a virgin.) thats all that happened but my period's late, my br___ts are sore and im really tired. maybe im just stressing too much or Is it possible that i could be pregnant??! please help

 

Lin - March 5

If he had a condom on and never even penetrated, then there's absolutely no way you could be pregnant. Keep that fear in your heart, though. It'll come in handy down the line when you're tempted to do something you probably shouldn't.

 

sgan1234 - March 5

but why do you think im getting these symptoms? what are they from?

 

mg - March 5

When I was your age (I am a__suming) I would go several months without a period. At your age before you get a set pattern, your can have hormonal changes, but not actually have a period, or you have irregular cycles which is normal for your age as well. I was a vigin until I was almost 18, and let me tell you there were months I was starting to believe in immaculate conception. I agree with Lin, if you think your scared now, wait until you have a real reason to be, you will never believe how slow time will pa__s for you waiting for your AF to arrive. You should be proud to still be a virgin, it shows good character at your age.

 

sgan1234 - March 5

but i've been getting my period at the same times of the month for like 4 years already.. i could still have hormonal changes?

 

Lin - March 5

Yes, you can definitely still have hormonal changes. I remember one time when I was in my late teens or early twenties, and out of the blue I had a crazy strong period. I needed at times more than a tampon an hour. It freaked me out so much I called the doctor. Well, it turns out that kind of stuff just happens sometimes. Our bodies can do things we never expected, even if they're normally predictable. Just be patient. Your symptoms will subside, and your period will arrive. Actually, on second thought, you might want to go see a doctor if your period doesn't arrive by next month. Ovarian cysts, which are common and typically pretty harmless, can cause pregnancy symptoms like you're feeling. Every month, a little cyst (called a follicle) develops on one of your ovaries in which the egg develops. At ovulation time, the follicle bursts and releases the egg, but occasionally it doesn't and develops into a larger fluid-filled cyst. Your doctor can tell you if this is the problem. Good luck!

 

sgan1234 - March 5

bump

 

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