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    So basically I’m 17 years old and I’ve been having sex with my boyfriend for almost a year so since I was 16. We also use protection (condoms). It’s weird cuz everytime I’m due on my period it comes like 2 weeks late and it really does worry me why is this ??Recently we’ve been having sex without a condom. BUT we only did it for a while cuz it felt better but we only went for a couple of seconds because he didn’t want to *** inside of me so after we would always put a condom on. Now my period is 15 days late and I’m worried? Could I be pregnant ? He definitely didn’t *** inside of me. But I’m just worried now I need all the help and advice I can get? Shall I take a test? Can clearblue test be wrong ?
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    Periods can be late for a number of reasons, and a six week cycle ('two weeks late') is rare but not unheard of. It's unlikely that you're pregnant, but not impossible.

    A test will be reliable about two weeks after the sex you're wondering about. Poundland etc tests are as reliable and a lot cheaper than Clearblue etc ones.

    You might want to use this as a prod to sort out a more reliable method of contraception than using condoms 'most' of the time.
 
 
 
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