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    Default Pregnant?! Paranoid?! HELP! :(

    Quote Originally Posted by Renesme View Post
    This is the most hilarious thing I've read all day. Thanks for the laugh OP.

    *shakes head*

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    Default Pregnant?! Paranoid?! HELP! :(

    Quote Originally Posted by StressinglikeCRAZY View Post
    I just realised you had the gastric sleeve, congrats you have done such a good job! I am 7 months post my surgery and i've lost 45 kilos, do you think that could play a role in my my periods are late?
    I lost 10kg in two weeks and didnt have a period after that for 2 months, so stress, normal teenage out of whackness and weight loss all seem to be more likely the cause of your periods.
    Also yeah the cm (discharge) generally happens every cycle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by αληθη View Post
    I lost 10kg in two weeks and didnt have a period after that for 2 months, so stress, normal teenage out of whackness and weight loss all seem to be more likely the cause of your periods.
    Also yeah the cm (discharge) generally happens every cycle.
    Thank you so much for your response!

    I suppose I have taken 8 or 9 pregnancy tests, and if i was atleast one would have been positive, or atleast faintly positive.. right?

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    Default Pregnant?! Paranoid?! HELP! :(

    Go get bloods to be sure if you are concerned. While there talk to them about contraception, how the male and female reproductive system works and your missed period.
    I think we all need a refresh sometimes

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    If you are 19, can use the Internet, find bubhub and write a post, I think she is more than capable of googling what sex is, what cervical mucus is and um how a baby is conceived.
    I'm sorry but you girls are just too nice.
    OP you are sexually active, penetrative or not you need to go to the dr and think about contraception. If you are not ready to be a mum you need to protect yourself so you're not worrying so much and by the questions you're asking perhaps you need to think whether you are even ready to be doing stuff with your boyfriend.
    Are you sure you're 19?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Someones Mummy View Post
    If you are 19, can use the Internet, find bubhub and write a post, I think she is more than capable of googling what sex is, what cervical mucus is and um how a baby is conceived.
    I'm sorry but you girls are just too nice.
    OP you are sexually active, penetrative or not you need to go to the dr and think about contraception. If you are not ready to be a mum you need to protect yourself so you're not worrying so much and by the questions you're asking perhaps you need to think whether you are even ready to be doing stuff with your boyfriend.
    Are you sure you're 19?
    Wow, I never agree with you ... Until now. In all honesty I think OP is having you all on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichelleClareBear View Post
    wow.... I think sex ed needs a higher priority in high school these days. Just putting on the video from the 80's is not cutting it.

    One of my friends told her family she was having a baby (when she was 17)because she touched her boyfriends p*nis when he was wet... (apparently he just went to pee and she didn't know)
    Ummm wow.
    Yes I agree about the s.ex Ed.

    OP I think you need to speak to a doctor and maybe google some s.ex Ed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaOJ View Post
    Wow, I never agree with you ... Until now. In all honesty I think OP is having you all on.
    LOL I didn't know you never agree with me!

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    Default Pregnant?! Paranoid?! HELP! :(

    Quote Originally Posted by Hokey Pokey View Post
    A friend of mine was adament you could fall pregnant by giving oral sex
    If a young/old adult has misconceptions like that/this then their parents should be sued for failing in their parently duties...

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    If a young/old adult has misconceptions like that/this then their parents should be sued for failing in their parently duties...
    Her parents never spoke to her about sex. I don't think they should be sued over that.


 
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