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Pregnant or just irregular period?

Hi, I'm new to the community and I'm asking here because I'm already 5 days late of my period but I got no signs of any pms symptoms. My last period was March 17th-21st. Me and my boyfriend tried an unprotected quick sex but he pulled out, that was on April 7th. My length cycle should be 29-36 days. I dont want to get pregnant neither do take PT. I'm really anxious and its stressing me out. One thing too is I stay up really late and sometimes I skip my meals. Maybe its my lifestyle idk I just want answers maybe im just irregular. I planned to take pt if this goes on after 7 days but i just wanna know your thoughts please help me get rid of this anxiousness.
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Hi there - pulling out is not an effective method of birth control at all.  Pre-cum still has sperm that can result in pregnancy, and depending on what's going on with your cycle, you could have been in your fertile window on April 7.

The menstrual cycle, particularly in young women, can be easily affected by changes in lifestyle, such as level of exercise, diet, and sleep.  So, the delay in your period may be influenced by those factors.  If you still haven't seen your period, you should take a pregnancy test ASAP, since a pregnancy test is the only way to know for sure if you are pregnant or not.

Let us know how it goes for you.
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