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    An_242232 posted:
    Hi,

    I've been concerned about being pregnant for about a week now.
    I finally got to see my long-distance boyfriend after 2 months and things got a little hot and heavy. We never removed our pants and there was no penetration, but there was a lot of rubbing involved. When I left, I did notice that he had some wet spots on the waistband of his boxers, but I am not certain whether I came in contact with them.

    I realize that it's possible I am being completely irrational about the possibility of me being pregnant. However, I'm still a virgin and am completely clueless as to this stuff.

    My period is due in the next few days, so would it be helpful to take a pregnancy test now to help ease my mind? My other concern is that I've noticed my breasts have gotten more tender since what happened...any thoughts?
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