The incident happened on the 4th of Decmber 2016. That person said he needed help and bought me to his home.. Then suddenly he said he wont hurt me n pulling my pants down n start humping me from the back, i beg him to stop. He uses water so the humping be smooth.. Then his penis suddenly hit my vagina once then he moved away. He did not penetrate me at all. I was screaming n terrified, blood coming out of me n its extremely painful. In so scared, cause there's a lot of blood. He apologised to me n started freaking out n cleaning my bloody vagina using tissues. I was a virgin n never had sex in my life....After that incident i bleed for almost a week.
After it healed, i when on checking my vagina if my hymen is still there. I notice there is a tear. N it looks like 8 at the opening. Now its 30th of December, i did a pregnancy test yesterday (29th December). The results is negative.. But im still afraid that i could be pregnant.
I was diagnosed with pre mature ovarian failure by my doctor in 2015. I stopped having menstruation at the age of 18, and will only mensturate with the help of pills. When im not on my pills(usually during my exam month cause the pills cause my super nervous) , i could still feel the symptoms of getting a period even if i dont hv one.
Like i mentioned earlier its almost four weeks since the incident, i could tell if im pregnant or not cause i do hv all the pregnancy symptoms but i dont hve sore nipples, darkening of nipples, spotting, sensitive nose, cramping on the abdominal. My symptoms now are mostly:
2) chest pain
4) breast tenderness
5) decrease appetite
7) severe emotional like sudden crying
8) sleepless night
I took pregnancy test arnd 3rd week after incident. Its negative, n 4th week after incident its negative. Ovulation test on the 3rd week is negative but 4th week its slightly positive like. Am i pregnant? Please reply me ASAp.. I felt like dying....
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