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Could I be pregnant?

By Anonymous October 4, 2016 - 6:48am
 
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I wanted to ask about the posibiliy of being pregnant. well, I had some kind of a sexual activity last week, on Tuesday, but I didn't really had sex. I was like 1-2 days after my ovulation, if my calendar is right. I have very irregular periods,last month came in the ovulation time and it was really light. I am talking about dry humping. To be more specific, by dry humping I mean he only touched me once near de vagina through the panties, then I went to the bathroom, washed and changed them. And when we were fully naked he only touched other parts, but not exactly the vulva, cause I didn't want to risk too much. He didn't come before and I don't think he had much of the pre-ejaculation fluid.

My period is supposed to start 3-4 days from now, but I had some bloody, brownish, discharge, sometimes a bit heavier, like red blood , sometimes lighter. I have headached, back pain, sore breast but not constantly and I am also really stressed. I am worried and I don't really know what should I think

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Hello Anonymous,

Welcome to EmpowHER. Thank you for coming to our community with your concern about possibly being pregnant.

Without vaginal intercourse, that is without he inserting his penis into your vagina and ejaculating, there was no way for you to become pregnant.

Please try to relax, because stressing out can further delay your period.

May I suggest scheduling an appointment with a gynecologist to discuss birth control options, which could also help regulate your menstrual cycle.

Regards,
Maryann

October 4, 2016 - 8:57am
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