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Have delay in periods. Had unprotected sex. Is there any chances of getting pregnant?

Hello Doctor... I'm 19 yrs old.. i had protected sex but then after my boyfriend removed it, we noticed that the condom had hole in it.. and it leaking... its been about 20 days.... i was supposed to get my periods on the 26th.. But then i didn't... and i had no symptoms either... but i felt sleepy and and felt like my body temperature was high too unlike other times.... Help wanted... please... does this mean i'm pregnant? its bothering me so much.. didn't i get it due to stress? please tell me...
Asked On : Thu, 2 May 2013
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Since it was a torn condom and you had sex, the chances of pregnancy are there. Your periods are overdue. This needs to be confirmed with a urine test preferably done with an early morning sample of urine.
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Answered: Thu, 2 May 2013
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