i have my period every 3rd of the month but until now i dont have period.
do u think i am pregnant?
i had my last sex i think january 25 or 26 but my bf withdraw it. do u think i can be pregnant? i am now 1 month and 1 week tomorrow delayed.
If you had your last period on 3 Jan and according to your 30 days cycle ,you had approx ovulated around 18 Jan ,so on 25 or 26 you would be not fertile ,your most fertile days were 13 Jan till 18 ,so you have so little chance of being pregnant because u said u had sex in 25&26...
Well everything is possible but to be sure do a home pregnancy test
The withdrawal (pull out) method is NOT a firm of birth control. There is plenty of sperm in pre ejaculation. There is a good chance that because you had unprotected sex you are now pregnant. You need to take a pregnancy test with your first morning urine to see if you are pregnant. If you are not pregnant than you need to get on some form of birth control to prevent pregnancy.
As the previous post states, the withdrawal method is not birth control and is a great way to end up pregnant, however, this woman is living in the Philipinnes where birth control is most likely not available to her. Unfortunately, not all women have the same access to contraception as we in the US and other countries do. My best advice is, if you can't get birth control, stop having sex until you want a baby. I'm sure you are more than aware that abortions are not available in your country and there is great stigma still attached to unwed mothers also. Not to mention the fact that unprotected sex could lead to disease. If your bf loves you, he wouldn't expose you to all those things by having unprotected sex with you, and if he doesn't love you like that, then you might want to rethink having sex with him anyway. Good luck and God bless.
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