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Too scared to get a pregnancy test. Can I be pregnant ?

My boyfriend and I had sex last month without using a condom. He didn't ejaculate inside my vagina, but I've missed my period from that month. I don't have any signs or symptoms of pregnancy . I'm too scared to tell my mom. Too scared to get a pregnancy test. Can I be pregnant ?
Asked On : Wed, 9 Jun 2010
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Hi,Chelsea,thanks for posting your query.please understand that in a sexually active women missing of periods is suggestive pregnancy unless proved other wise.Though he has not ejaculated inside,but the pre cum do contains sperms at times which can lead to pregnancy.Please go for urine pregnancy test and do as per the report,please please avoid unprotected sex with any body,apart from pregnancy there are many other risk of HIV and other STDs,please take care.
wishing you good health.
Answered: Fri, 9 Sep 2011
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