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Can i be pregnant??

By Anonymous August 31, 2009 - 9:28am
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First i'm a virging, me and my bf were just making out he rubbed his penis over my vagina for a minute, he didn't ejaculate, we were standing up in a pool, even if there was some pre-ejaculation, the last time he ejaculated was 4 days prior to this day so surely he urinated a lot.
I've been so stressed out ever since as sex is a taboo in my family. i have stomach ache and back ache eversince, the doctor told that this is just gas caused from tension, i had 3 on time but lighter and shorter periods for 3 consecutif months the 4th one is due in 10 days. i've made 5 urine home pregnancy test on different times they were all negative, and i had a pregnancy blood test 43 days after this day and it was ngative. my boobs hurt for a month now. Can i be pregnant??

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I think you may be stressing out over this way too much and that may be the reason for the shorter, lighter periods and the stomach aches you've been getting. If this had been 2 weeks ago, I could understand your concern because of the fact that you were concerned about pre-ejaculation and being in the pool. But you've had 3 periods, 5 urine tests, and a blood test more than enough time later to have gotten a positive result, but you didn't. They were all negative.

I would try to relax, you are not pregnant. If you are a teen, then your breasts will be tender because you may still be developing. Take a few deep breaths, tell yourself "I am not pregnant and that will not happen again." and then go out for some ice cream--Good Luck.

September 1, 2009 - 5:36am
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