pregnant or infection??

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Hi all.. so I'm 22. I last had sex with a friend right in the beginning of January. Unfortunately we used no protection and I'm on no birth controls but he assured me that he did not ejaculate in me. I got my period about 2-3 weeks later..(I normally start my period around the 17th of every month).. The following month I masturbated quite often and I started spotting about a week before my period which wasn't as normal as usual..I masturbated again just as I thought my period was about to end and I've continued to spot. This has carried on for about a week and a half after my so called period ended. I'm afraid to speak to my mom so could anyone help shed some light on this as I'm panicking about the possibility of being pregnant

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    theres a good chance u have  a infection check out soon tell ur mum ok she lose her head for a bit but she stand by you

     

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    I don't think you are pregnant. You may have an std or an infection of some sort. You need to see a doctor about it. You are 22 so should be no problem talking to your mom about it. Also don't trust men to pull out, it is difficult to do because in the heat of the moment you want nothing to interfere with your orgasm. Next time make sure you use at least birth control but making him wear a condom is best or you can use the female condom. Protect yourself from STD's. If you get HIV the least of your worries will be pregnancy. I got an STD from my wife due to her cheating on me. So please protect yourself, OK.
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    I would go to the doctor just to make sure its not an infection. Just remember you can get pregnant even if a guy pulls out, because of "pre-cum" i think its rare but not 100% safe if you dont want to get pregnant
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    Too soon to tell..and masterbating has nothing to do with getting pregnant or spotting.
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