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Please help, I am 15 and I think I may be pregnant

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I am 15 years old and recently was with my bf and he ejaculated and then proceeded to finger me, I think he may of had some on his hands. My period was late and it only lasted for two days , with brown sticky discharge the third day. I'm still having cramps and very bloated. Could I be pregnant? And what should I do?

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Hiya hunny, I could imagine how scared you must be; don't panic there is a possibility that you could be pregnant. I advise take a home pregnancy test and whether it come back positive or negative go see your Doctor they will be able to tell you exactly and advise you best on what to do. Good luck sweet x
It doesn't sound like you are, but the only way you can find out is by taking a test.
It doesn't sound like you are, but the only way you can find out is by taking a test.
You could be pregnant, lots of women spot after their expectant period. It's lighter and shorter than your normal one (usually). Take a home pregnancy test, maybe buy multiples if you don't think you're far enough along to turn one positive and wait another week to take another one just to be sure. Walmart has one for 88¢ if you don't have a lot of money for an expensive one. They all work the same, some can just detect it sooner than others. And just remember if there's a faint line and a dark line, it could either mean it's unsure or that you are pregnant. Your best bet is to take two in the morning when you first wake up because you have the most hcg in your urine that way you know. Just follow the instructions on the box and good luck :)

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