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Am I pregnant? PLEASE HELP.

By July 8, 2012 - 7:57pm
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Hi! My boyfriend and I have sex manually. I'm worried that one time he didn't wash his hands well enough or if the tip of his penis could get me pregnant by touching the outside area around my vaginal area. I have no symptoms. And I seem like I have been losing weight. I have no reason to be paranoid, but I am. It was be almost 4 months in. I feel like I look like I am gaining weight, but everyone says I don't look like it. And I don't want to take a pregnancy test. What do I do? Please, someone. Pronto help. Am I? Or am I majorly paranoid? I just think I would feel better if people tell me I'm not.

P.S. I pressed down on my lower abdomen area, there isn't any bumps/harder, squishy areas.

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Hi Anon,

If this happened four months ago and you have been getting your period every month, then you have nothing to worry about. 


July 10, 2012 - 4:25am
EmpowHER Guest

Hi Tinkcrick,

Welcome to EmpowHER.  If you had unprotected sex, meaning if there was penetration or if he ejaculated close to the vaginal opening.  Your chances are higher.  If you have missed a period, you need to take a home pregnancy test or see a doctor to know if indeed you are pregnant.  Pushing on your stomach will not help, you are just hurting yourself.

Here are some resources for you




July 9, 2012 - 4:32am
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

Well, he might have pre-ejactulated... but I don't know if it even touched me. And since it happened 4 months ago, I've had my period on time every time. I am supposed to get mine next week yet again. I'm starting to think I'm fine. But I really like people telling me I'm not. (:

July 9, 2012 - 6:50pm
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