Okay so I lost my virginity this past friday (Nov 2). First I gave him a ** but i'm pretty sure he didn't ***, and then we used a condom and had sex. We only had sex for 2 minutes, and then I gave him another **, and he came at the end. I wasn't wearing pants, and I'm not sure if I touched the sperm with my hands, but I forget if I touched myself or not. I'm having cramps and I had my period about 2 weeks ago but I think I'm just over thinking this whole situation. There's a very low possibility that I'm pregnant, right?
That's true. The changes of pregnancy are almost impossible. Good for you and your biyfriend for using protection. You need to do this every single time with every single sex act. You did get your period after having sex so I think you're fine. If you're still concerned you can see your Dr. or take a pregnancy test.
when i lost my virginity i was constantly panacking, i think your just expecting the worst because youve only started having sex and your looking out for every little sign, your cramps could just be linked to other things:) but if your really unsure take a pregnancy text in a few weeks time but i think its highly unlikey your pregnant chick.x
the cramping could be you ovulating. Possibility of you being pregnant are slim. I would wait, and see if your next period does come, and it is normal for you. if it is normal period to what u are use to you aren't pregnant :)
That's what I thought as well, but the cramps have increased and my period isn't due until the 23rd... I feel like there is something moving in my lower stomach and my ovaries are more sore than crampy... It's weird!
most woman ovulate 2 weeks after a period sumtimes even longer then 2 weeks coz everyone is different. Don't worry your find, I do doubt it is pregnancy, but to know for sure taking a test is another way of putting ur mind at ease
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