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What are the chances my girlfriend is pregnant?

I'm really nervous right now.

My girlfriend and I are 18 and still in high school. We have sex once a week/once every other week and ALWAYS use protection, but she is NOT on the pill.

My girlfriend is on anti-anxiety meds and a new med for a stomach issue she has.

She recently has had some symptoms of pregnancy such as the following:
Missed period (by 5 days, she got cramping when she was due for a day, but no blood and nothing after that)
Increase in appetite, always seems to be hungry (I'm hoping this is because the new meds for her stomach are allowing her to eat more)
Always tired (a side affect of her stomach meds is drowsiness)
She says her breasts are bigger, but they aren't sore/tender
She believes she has an increase in cervical discharge

I'm really hoping that she's not pregnant. During sex, I always make sure the condom is still on and always check it after to make sure there are no rips in it.

Any input would be great. Thank you.

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Get a home pregnancy test it vl clear ur doubt s
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My husband and I met in high school and also had our first child because of condoms;we were also very deligent in checking. You need to have her take a test that's the only way you will know for sure. But before you EVER take the test you both need to TALK about the future between you, the future of your college/careers and The thought of what would happen if the test is in fact positive. You both need to be honest and be realistic. But ultimately if she is pregnant you need to remember that no matter what her decision it is ultimately her decision, BUT you do have decisions to make also. It will be the longest talk of your life but once it and the 3 minute test is over you will feel much better because you will already know the plan going forward pregnant or not. Good luck.
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