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    lucky_fool87 posted:
    okay, me and my boyfriend had sex with a condom but then he accidentally put it on backwards , we had sex on the 23 and I was supposed to get my period the 25 and it's already a week and a few days late. I feel queasy and I get tired easily but that just may be my head messing with me. should I be worried about being pregnant ? should I take a pregnancy test yet? or is It too early?
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    It's a bit early for any symptoms if you are pregnant. Wait at least two weeks after the episode then take a test.
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    carmela755 responded:
    Hi there, if you are pregnant try to visit this site that could help you calculate your baby's due date and more. Good luck. http://www.babyduedatecalculator.net/


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