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Missed period? Pregnant?

So I'm 16 and I'm a junior and I've ALWAYS had normal periods. Never missed one in the four years I've had my period. I do have a boyfriend and we have been fooling around a little bit. And with research I realized you can get pregnant as long as semen enters the vagina. So if he had any on his hand and started fin***ing me then it's a possibility. We have never had sex and I'm a virgin and my period was due at the end of last month and I didn't get it. And it's due in the next couple days and no symptoms or anything. My Boobs are so so sore though. Like EXREMELY bad. I don't know what to do. I just need another opinion
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All you can do is take a test and wait it out, you'll most likely be fine but no one on this app can tell you whether you're pregnant or not!
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Wait until u miss ur period, then test.
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I know what you mean. I was just trying to see if anyone had a similar issue. Thanks
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It's extremely unlikely that you would get pregnant from getting fingered. What would make you think he had semen on his fingers before fooling around with you? Did he masturbate beforehand?
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If it was on his fingers than the semen most likely died... it dies once it hits the air so it likely your not i wouldn't stress on it
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Yes
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Sperm dies as soon as it dries. It's unlikely that you're pregnant but if you're worried then either take a test or see a doctor.
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