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Question: Fear of pregnancy


 Samantha gray - Wed Nov 04, 2009 6:45 pm

I am 16yrs old.i am nt sexually active,i masturbate and play with my boyfriend without havin sex but i am supposed to have had my period on d 4th of november.i dnt have morning sickness,i dnt vomit or sleep a lot,i am agile,no soreness or bloating but i havent seen my period,it worries me dt i may be pregnant because i have been feeling menstrual pain 4 d past 2 days but no blood in sight.pls help,what should i do.
 Debbie Miller, RN - Tue Nov 10, 2009 9:12 pm

User avatar Hello,
If you have not had sexual intercourse where he has put his penis inside your vagina, pregnancy is not possible. There are other hormonal causes for menstrual irregularities but it is usually just normal variation.

If you are sexually active, chances are you will cross the line one day and have intercourse. I hope you have discussed contraceptive methods with your boyfriend so you will be prepared at that time.

Best wishes.

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