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    I have something called amenorrhea, which means that my periods are abnormal and I haven't had them for years. More recently I took some medication which brought my periods back for two months, but then they've vanished again and I haven't had another one for over 80 days.

    I had unprotected sex recently however he didn't, you know, inside me. I have read that this doesn't always make a difference though and that it is just as risky.. I know
    that I haven't had my periods, but there is always that chance that I could be
    ovulating without knowing my period is on the way.

    (Duration was probably between 30-60 minutes, aged 17)
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    I have something called amenorrhea, which means that my periods are abnormal and I haven't had them for years. More recently I took some medication which brought my periods back for two months, but then they've vanished again and I haven't had another one for over 80 days.

    I had unprotected sex recently however he didn't, you know, inside me. I have read that this doesn't always make a difference though and that it is just as risky.. I know
    that I haven't had my periods, but there is always that chance that I could be
    ovulating without knowing my period is on the way.

    (Duration was probably between 30-60 minutes, aged 17)
    Yes, you could be. I would suggest doing a pregnancy test.
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    Both your condition and him not ejaculating inside you mean it's not very likely.

    If you're worried, a test will give accurate results somewhere after two weeks from the sex. The exact time depends on how sensitive the test is, but they should all be ok after three weeks. Own brand tests are considerably cheaper than the bigger names, but are just as reliable.
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    I don't think it's likely but do a test to make sure
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    With your condition, it does take a while for your menstrual cycle to become regular, but since you've had unprotected sex, it's best to check with your doctor.
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    Yeah pregnancy test v unlikely though
 
 
 
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