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Had unprotected sex. No periods after that. Is this pregnancy?

Hi, my name is Michaela I really need to know if I should be worried or not.
Over the past week, during the middle of the week, (I don't know the date exactly) my boyfriend and I were extremely turned on, and we were in a pool, he wanted to have sex but I didn't feel comfortable. You obviously can't use a condom in the water, nor am I on any type of birth control. He and I decided "oh what the heck lets try it" so he put his penis maybe an inch in my vagina twice, and I was not having it, so that's all we did, I haven't had my period yet but he did NOT ejaculate inside me, so should I be worried? Or am I being over dramatic.
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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thanks for your query.
You should always use a condom to protect yourself from STD.
you should consult doctor,if missed your period do pregnancy test.
because you are not on any birth control method or you are not using any emergency contraception chances of pregnancy always be there.
Take care.
Answered: Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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