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    dobermanluver92 posted:
    Last month over the course of one weekend my boyfriend and I had sex four times. He pulled out every time, but I've heard that that method really doesn't work. My period is now two days late and I'm feeling bloated, crampy, and a little sick to my stomach. Do I have a high chance of being pregnant and how soon should I take a pregnancy test?

    I'm only 18 and definitely not trying to get pregnant, I know that having unprotected sex was really stupid
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    dobermanluver92 responded:
    oh and I was also ovulating that same weekend...


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