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Had sex. Did not let my partner ejaculate completely. My periods are delaying. Should i really worry for that? Am i pregnant?

Last month I had a sexual try with my lover in the 8 th day of my cycle. My period had stopped 3 days before the day which i had an intercourse. Actually i didnt stay back until he ejaculates and am not very sure about that whether the sperms entered into my vagina or not???? I was on the top position. I have a regular periods of 28 days always. Sometimes i used to get earlier periods but never delayed. But this month i didnt get my periods yet. Now 3 days delayed. Should i really worry for that??? Am i pregnant???
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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Well the best and easiest way for you to check is to use the home pregnancy test. It will let you know on the spot whether or not you're pregnant.
Other than that you can go to a doctor for a blood work analysis, which will take longer than a home test, but is far more accurate.
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Answered: Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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