I'm not sure if I am pregnant but I'm having a real scare

I'm not sure if I am pregnant but I'm having a real scare, I'm only 15 and being pregnant would destroy everything.
I just started going out with my boyfriend and it was valentine's day about two days ago so we wanted to make it special. We never intended sex just messing around but then it led to it. Luckily he had protection but halfway through he moved his hand down and I didn't think anything of it at the time but after we stopped the condom was on the floor?
I was really confused and not sure if he emptied inside of me because I didn't feel anything like that. However I'm very new to this, although I wasn't a virgin, but new to the scare of being pregnant.
I don't know how long after I should take the pregnancy test and I have no idea of my cycle but about 2 days before my period had stopped. I hope that lowers the risk of being pregnant! I don't know how early you get the first signs of pregnancy but it is three days after and I am getting serious tummy pains and I'm quite worried. I'm only 15 and I really really need help and advice because I have no idea what to do or who to talk to. Please help x

Editor's Comment

I would strongly encourage you to go to a sexual health clinic or a young person's clinic as it sounds as though emergency contraception is still an option for you. If you need help accessing this service please contact the helpline 0300 4000 999, or log into Online advisor for support around unprotected sex. Usually a pregnancy test will be accurate about 3 weeks after the event, and sometimes sooner. If you were still bleeding around the end of your period it is still possible to get pregnant depending on the length of your cycle.
This story was sent in on 16/02/2015 and it's been viewed 78 times.

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