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I am a Virgin, but could I be Pregnant ?

To make a very, very long story short, near the beginning of july a situation came to be where a used condom came into contact with my vagina. It was 2 days after my period and at the end of july I had my period like normal. I thought that i had nothing else to worry about until my period this month came about a week early. It is very irregular and only lasted 2 days when they usually last 5. I am having cravings for things i HATE and am experiencing other symptoms related to pregnacy. Im just concerned but would like an opinion other than my boyfriends.needless to say he is not quite in the mental state to answer this rationally. please any help would we apreciated.
Asked On : Sat, 21 Aug 2010
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Read your prob, if there is no penetration n you had it 2 days after period which has safe period , along with it your next period started so there is no chance of getting pregnant. do not worry chances of pregnancy is zero.
Answered: Thu, 1 Sep 2011
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