i thought i was pregnant because i was giving my bf a handjob and he was fingereing me and i didnt know if he had some on his finger..because he jacked off b4..but anyways, i took a home test and it said ii wasnt and i went to planned parenthood and they said i wasnt. but i dont know i keep thinking i am..how accurate are planned parenthood's tests? because i didnt get a period for the month of m arch, but then again neither did my mom and she just got hers today and im usually right after her--but im freaking out..
If you have to be so worried about being pregnant and have to ask for advice online, you are NOT ready for sex. I sure hope you thought about STDs. You should consider doing things safer or better yet, not at all (the only 100% guarantee you'll be safe and not pregnant). [ HyperactiveMiss's advice column | Ask HyperactiveMiss A Question ]
Miss Lily answered Saturday April 9 2005, 3:11 am: If Planned Parenthood gave you a pregnancy test that said you weren't pregnant, then you can bet that they are 99.9% accurate. Your period could be delayed due to the added stress of thinking you are pregnant. Just give your period another week or two to see if it shows up. If it still M.I.A., make an appointment with your gynocologist to see what is going on. [ Miss Lily's advice column | Ask Miss Lily A Question ]
blondie75 answered Saturday April 9 2005, 12:58 am: you are NOT pregnant. two accurate sources told you that you aren't so you don't need to worry. dont stress yourself out. dont worry about it! next time just try to be careful with oral sex and if you have sex always use a condom! haha. hope this helps. good luck
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karenR answered Saturday April 9 2005, 12:46 am: Stress is probably causing you not to get your period. If you are growing yet (under 17) that can cause you not to have it. Planned parenthood tests are exremely accurate. You are fine. [ karenR's advice column | Ask karenR A Question ]
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