I'm 19 y/o. I had an unprotected intercourse last Nov. 11 at the last day of my menses which is characterized by spotting. We were successfully practicing the "pull-out" method. My period started nov3 and ended nov.11. Last nov.30, we had another intercourse, which was unprotected and with the "pull-out" method. I am expecting my period on dec.1 and it doesn't arrive until now. Dec.4. "myCycles" changed and suggested that i'll be having my menses on dec.5 am i delayed? Could I be pregnant?
Hey I'm 19 too and first off I wanna tell you there is absolutely no such thing as a successful pull out method I'm 8 months pregnant now n me n my boyfriend used that method one time n i got a baby due next month, it's best to take a test after any unprotected sex but wait a couple weeks but it really only takes one time but after I have my son next month I'm gettin on patch n a life supply of Trojans trust me pregnancy is not easy especially at our age though u do get a blessing cause I love my son with all my heart
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