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By September 16, 2016 - 7:59am
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i gave my boyfriend hj one month frm now.....I wiped my hand with wet handkerchief that time and visited salon and did some stuff afterward....about 3 to 3.5 hours later I touched my genitals during shower.....he did not ejaculate or pre ejaculated....but am still scared...I got my periods dat month 5 days before and it lasted for 2 days with normal on the 1st and heavy flow on the 2nd....this month also I got my periods 5 days before and it lasted for 3 and a half days with proper flow......some sites r saying people being pregnant having periods....this is just killing me......am worried to death...please help....I took two tests not with morn urine and were negative....then I took two more tests after 1 month but not with morning sample...they were negative too.....then I took sugar test at home with morn sample....there was no plumping up...but am still worried...please help

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Hello Ukarine,

Welcome to the EmpowHER community. I will try my best to calm your fears and explain that you are not pregnant.

Without having unprotected vaginal intercourse, there was no risk for pregnancy.

Following contact with your boyfriend's semen, you wiped it off. Three or so hours later when you showered, any remaining semen would have dried and any sperm would have died.

Having a normal period afterwards proved that you did not become pregnant.

Some women may have spotting during a pregnancy but not a normal monthly period.During your period the blood or flow that you see is the lining of your uterus. It is being shed.

During pregnancy, the uterine lining remains intact. That is where the baby grows and develops, in the uterus or womb. If the lining is shed, the baby is in danger and pregnancy would end.


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