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Am I pregnant?

By Anonymous November 5, 2014 - 8:59am
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Had unprotected sex, Friday October 23, (pull out, pulled out 3 seconds before and ejaculated on my stomach). Period was supposed to happen 5 days later, Wednesday October 28. Boyfriend of two years broke up with me on that day. Thursday a little brownish and reddish blood was on my underwear, nothing else. Had cramps all weekend long, along with a ton of stress and depression.
Tested with First response on Sunday night November 2 (4 days after expected period), and clear blue on Monday morning November 3 (5 days after expected period)...both negative.

It's now been a week, and still no period, but I am still stressed and depressed tremendously from my boyfriend.

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And everywhere I read it says that I should have only delayed ovulation. Not the onset of my flow. Ughhhhhhhh. I pray I'm not pregnant.

November 5, 2014 - 9:36pm
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I went to the OBGYN today, Wednesday November 5. Week after my expected period. Urine test was negative. I'm confused because from what I've read this would have been the 12th day after conception, and it wouldn't have shown up on a test anyway. But what are the odds of me ovulating on October 24 when my last period started on October 1. I don't know. I'm so confused.

November 5, 2014 - 9:02pm
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Hello Anonymous,

What did your gynecologist say? Since you were in the office, this was your opportunity to discuss your symptoms and get a trained professional's opinion.

It appears you are only increasing your stress levels by worrying and searching the internet for answers. Talk with your gynecologist again.


November 7, 2014 - 10:20am
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What do you think the spotting is? I've never spotted before this episode.

November 5, 2014 - 1:28pm

Hello Anonymous,

Emotional stress can be the reason your period is late. I can appreciate how you must feel. I do not think you are pregnant. It will take time to get over this, but once you do, and your stress levels starts going down, your period should start as well.


November 5, 2014 - 10:27am
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