Me and my girlfriend are in a big dilemma.
Me and my girlfriend were fooling around with each other on night of 26 December and accidentally i came on her vagina as the condom slipped off. We didn't have sex with each other and and haven't have done it anytime earlier in our life. After i came on her we cleaned and consumed the morning after pill in next 4 hours. She had her period on 16 December. After eating morning after pill she felt tenderness in her breast, nausea and pain in lower abdomen too for some time and was feeling fine by the morning.
Now the problem happened around 5 days earlier when she felt a sudden pain in her breast for 15 to 20 minutes and she felt such kind of pain the next 2 days too during the evening times for around 5 minutes. Then 3 days earlier she felt slightly dizzy and had a headache today. From last two nights she was having slight cramps in her lower abdomen area. Today morning she had bleeding properly as she has in her periods but her period was due on 16-17 January. Now the whole killing thing is since the first outburst of chest pain I have been scared and assuming those with early pregnancy symptoms though her breast pain haven't resulted in any increase in her size or led to tenderness of any kind. As of today's bleeding, my girlfriend feels that she doesn't need to be scared as she feels she ain't pregnant as per her bleeding is proper and as per regular bleeding but i haven't slept in last four days and am just getting weird thoughts like this might be the implantation bleeding or symptoms are matching those. Please pardon me if i may sound weird but am really going crazy here with the thought that i may have impregnated the girl i love without wedding and i never wanted to do so. Please help. Please do suggest something.
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