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7 negative tests and 2 months no period.

By Anonymous January 11, 2016 - 12:14pm
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On the 7th I was playing around with my boyfriend but he didn't ejaculate inside me a.k.a foreplay. So we got worried since his penis did touch my vagina (but no penetration) and we went to get the morning after pill within 24 hours. Its 2 months and 7 negative pregnancy test and my period hasn't come yet. I went to see the doctor hoping she would do a blood test. She said that since he didn't ejaculate inside of me then I shouldn't be pregnant therefore there was no need for a blood test and that I'm just worried. So I've got exams in a week so it might be stress but I've also had cramps, headaches and I feel bloated. The thing is I've read that pregnancy doesn't necessarily be from penetration. Anyone can share their experience and what happened? What should I do next?

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Hi Anon,

Thank you for your question.

One of the side effects of taking emergency contraceptive is irregular menstrual cycle. Two things; If there was no penetrations and you took several pregnancy that were negative, then you're good.
Because you are experiencing cramps, headaches and feeling bloated says that your menstrual cycle is most likely on the way. There are strong hormones in emergency contraceptive pills and every woman is different in how their body will respond to it.

Give your body more time to allow your hormones to adjust and get back on track. Keep your doctor updated on your status.

I hope this helps.
Be well,

January 11, 2016 - 2:03pm
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