Absolutely no chance. There are a few things you could try just incase
Your temperature in the morning would be around the 37' mark
Your cervix has probably moved out of reach
Frozen peas or similar to belly will make a baby kick
Seriously though, make an appointment with your GP to learn a bit more about conception and using protection. If you're really this unsure it's probably wise to get a bit more informed about how it all works if you are sexually active at what I'm guessing might be a young age?
Wise Enough (13-09-2014)
I'm sorry but it has to be said.....
I just can't even.
Do we even know how old she is? Maybe she is young and scared and not educated on this?
Baby movements don't hurt, they are unmistakable and very frequent, next to zero possibility you wouldn't be absolutely sure if you were pregnant.
Don't feel stupid either asking the question, I certainly was always worried when I was a lot younger and there were always stories about people getting pregnant on the pill and giving birth out of the blue! But those scenarios are ultra rare.
I Think the chance of you being pregnant is very minimal....... IF you only had intercourse once seven months ago, were on the pill and taking it on time EVERY day, if your partner had a condom and even though it broke if he didn't complete his task...and you haven't been sexually active since.....
I highly recommend a trip to your GP to talk about contraception and conception though. Even bring up your worries about possibly being pregnant with them....But so you aren't in this situation again i really think some sexual education would be beneficial so you understand the how, when, why...and know your risks better so know how to protect yourself from an unwanted pregnancy.
But once again, based on the information provided.....I Think its highly unlikely you are pregnant.
Good luck with your doctors appointment. I have heard (true) stories of women not knowing they were pregnant until the very end.
While you're at the doctor, talk to them about contraception.
Also it would be a good idea to get to 'know' your body/period cycle.
The average cycle length is 28-32 days (day 1 being the first day you bleed). You usually ovulate 14 days before your period arrives.
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