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First off I am 16 and my bf and I had unprotected sex about the end of May.(he is now my ex.) I had a regular period in June, and in July it was 6 days late, and this time it did not come at all. I did one of those home made tests, the dandelion leaf test and it had a few red blisters after 30 minutes after i peed on it. as the site I read, said it would mean you are pregnant if it got red blisters Is this true? and Could I be pregnant? I've been feeling a little odd like, morning sickness, headache, backache and such. Please reply quickly, and that you for your help.
You could just be goin through false pregnancy...im 18 and engaged and still wish i would have waited...trust me you don't wanna be pregnant at 16 almost 17 years of age...it took me almost six months to get my fiance back...we are struggling alot because he's the only one that works and im expecting in 5 weeks give or take...if you are pregnant let him know and if he doesn't want to be with you or the baby then get some family support if you decide to keep it...baby's are little miracles im thankful for mine..just hold your head up and stay positive and don't forget to pray to God for help and guidance it really helps if you want it to...hope this helps God bless
If you had a regular period after the unprotected sex, then you will not be pregnant. You are only young so your period may not be completly settled just yet (sometimes they never do). If you really think you are pregnant, then go to the shops and get a proper pregnany test. If you cannot afford this, you can go to a bulk billing doctor and they will give you urine and blood tests to confirm. But to be honest, it doesn't sound like you would be.
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