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Could I be?

Hi, my question is... could I be pregnant if I had outercourse 14 days after my period? the thing is I've always been very irregular (cause my period takes 3 months to come). The outercourse was without ejaculation, and I'm scared he might have gotten his penis close to my vagina (even though I had leggings and underwear) because he wasn't wearing anything and he dry humped 3 times more near my a*s ... He says he didn't Prec*m but I'm scared  he might and it might have traveled through my clothes. 60 hours later I decided to take the MAP and a week later I bleeded for like 5 days... I read that it must be taken as your period but I've also read it doesn't ... my period was on may 12 and the outercourse on may 24... the bleeding on june 1... I'm scared because I should've had my period by now but also not because my period is always 3 months apart... what should I think? do you think it is possible? My breasts have been sensitive and I've had some cramps in the left side of my low abs. ANSWERS PLEASE! Thank you!
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Nope, no chance of pregnancy. I highly recommend making an appointment with a health care professional to discuss sex, pregnancy, STDs and how to keep yourself safe and protected.
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Thank you! Another question, I had my period on thursday and yesterday (saturday) it stopped, why is that? My period came before time (becausr it should have taken at least a month more, since I'm irregular) is it because of the morning after pill I took? What could it be?
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