I might be pregnant and i know that my vagania would be tight but the other day i was with my boyfriend and he said he couldn't get it in and that it was pretty tight down there...Does it get tighter if pregnant? What are some signs that i should look for down there if i am? Are they any signs at all?
I'm pretty sure that has nothing to do with pregnancy. The vaginal area stretches during arousal and becomes more elastic and swollen whether pregnant or not.
The only way to know if you are likely pregnant or not is to wait until your period is late and take a test.
If you aren't on birth control and turn out not to be pregnant I would recommend getting ot a doctor or clinic and getting on it. Have a baby at a young age is difficult and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.
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