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My girlfriend is period is 4-5 days late. My question is Can she still be pregnant ?

We have been having intercourse for a little over a year now just together, been going out for almost 2.5 years. She always seems very nervous about when her period is going to come and this month she is actually 4-5 days late. She is in college and is taking all of her gen eds for a nursing student so she is very very busy and kinda stressed out just over that. We always use protection every single time and have had no failures this month, that i know of. My question is Can she still be pregnant, i mean i know she CAN be but how likely is it that she is? Help PLEASE i m losing sleep and can t eat. for the record we use trojan condoms every time and we are careful to use only ones that have been taken directly from a box that has not been left in a car or in sunlight or cold. She was on the pill but it made her extremely sick so she tried a different kind and same thing happened so now she stopped taking them. We have been very busy the last few weeks between all the tests she is taking during the week and deer season and family vacation and her grandparents renewing there vows all in the last weekend we have been very busy.
Asked On : Tue, 22 Dec 2009
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probably not pregnant dude. girls periods are really irregular!!! i mean really, you can miss by a month and that is just hormones, based on what you've been eating, how fast everything digests and works through your system for our feminine cycle :) if u use protection, it is no big deal. okay 4-5 days dude?!?! mine changes to missing it for 2 weeks to it coming 2 week early. please calm down. be helpful to your girlfriend by staying by her side and being calm as it is the most likely she is not pregnant. once again, calm down. hope this helped!!! feel better :)
Answered: Tue, 22 Dec 2009
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