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Concerned about late period

I was wondering how late should a period be before being concerned about pregnancy. I have never had sex, but it is possible that pre-ejaculation and possibly some semen got near the vagina. I dont know if it got in, but a little in the area. I suppossed to get my period a day or two ago and I am usually on time. Is it possible that I am pregnant? Are there other reasons to explain late period? How late should my period be before I start being concerned?
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There is no way possible you could be pregnant unless the other party ejaculated in you during intercourse. Brush up some on yur family life
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Absolutely NOTHING to worry about, except mabye your lack of basic sex education issues....... you cannot get pregnant in the way you describe, it would be one for the medical journals! so it is all good.....
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