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Jessie - posted on 10/03/2014 ( 3 moms have responded )

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I had my period on august 14th..it was normal, but I had unprotected sex 2 times after that and now I am 3 weeks late. I had a light 2 day period last month around the time I was sopposed to have me normal one. I took a test right after I was a week late and it said negative. I'm 15 and I have been having cramping and been really tired followed with a few times being sick during the day. Could I be pregnant?

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Dove - posted on 10/03/2014

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Having unprotected sex is a great way to get pregnant... and/or an incurable, deadly disease. Please talk to your parents today and make an appointment to get checked out as soon as possible.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 10/03/2014

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Yes, you could be. You had unprotected sex, which is basically the only requirement.

You need to make an appointment with a physician, and have a test. If it's positive, you need to decide what you are going to do, because your options, while they may SEEM simple, will each involve a different level of commitment and stability.

If it ends up negative, I hope that you would take this experience to realize that you really don't need to be sexually active at this point in your life, and take the steps to change that. If a guy wants to sleep with you, ask yourself 'why'? I'm sure you're an attractive young lady, which would be one reason, but why do they REALLY want you to open yourself up in that way? That's a very personal interaction that can potentially affect the rest of your life. If they can't respect you saying NO, then they aren't who you want to be with.

Ev - posted on 10/03/2014

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The only way, dear one, is to go to the doctor and get a blood test done to know for sure. Although the over counter tests can be right a lot of the time there are such things as a negative test and you still could be pregnant. Also if you find you are not pregnant, you need to consider birth control and using condoms for protection against pregnancy and diseases.

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