Hi, can i ask a question? I hope you can help me, so last sept 28 at around 11 or 11:30 i had sex with my bf, it went up until sept 29 at around 12am, we used condom, but unfortunately my bf wore it the wrong way, and he decided to flip it, or baliktarin, its our first time to had sex, we are both virgins, then he told me nman na he pulled it out even before he felt that hes going to come, then we cheked it wala nman butas, tracking back, i had my menstration last sept 4-9, i think i am supposed to have it again october 3 or 4, but i havent had it until now.
It is possible to get pregnant even if he pulls out before he ejaculates. It is possible that your period is late. You should wait until your period is at least 7 days late and then you can buy an at home pregnancy test. It is a good idea to get on birth control if you are not wanting to have a baby. And use a condom as extra protection. Please talk to your mom or someone else close to you about this option.
Ok, I looked up some of your words to translate them to English. It sounds like your boyfriend applied the condom flipped inside out (reversed, and this is okay, it isnt going to make any difference), he pulled out before ejaculation and checking the condom, it looked like there was a hole in it? Am I correct? If you had asked your question sooner, I would have told you to get emergency contraceptive pill but it is too late for that now. There is a possibility for pregnancy. You are a few days late but that doesnt mean anything. Worry and stress can delay your period. Give it at least another week and if no period, do a pregnancy test using the mornings first void (pee). If it comes up positive, you may need to speak to a parent. If it is negative, wait a week or two and do another if no period. When using condoms, it is best to use spermicide jelly or foam along with a condom to kill any sperm if there is a tear or hole. If you are going to be sexually active with your boyfriend, and you are not already pregnant, you may want to see a healthcare provider at a clinic or see a gynecologist and get yourself a more reliable birth control form like birth control pills etc.
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