About 2 and a half weeks ago I lost my virginity. We used a condom and he didn't even finish because we didn't have time. So now I recently missed my period and my tracker says I'm 8 days late. Since hes studying abroad half the year and we almost never see each other in person we were really laid back, so much in fact I ate twice normal amount of food and over the course of two weeks I had gained at least 6+ lbs. After he left my sleeping schedule became ruined, I was sleeping all day then awake all night. Or Sleeping half a day half a nice so on so forth. Another thing I might wonder that might factor into my late period might be hormones. I've never had a boyfriend before, been cuddled, kissed, loved so much as I had in the course of the 2 weeks he was here with me. In fact I usually go weeks without any human contact that isn't my mother and little sister.
Which brings me to my point.
I'm ABSOLUTELY positive I'm not pregnant, that was the only time I've had sex and every other time he came via hand job I never touched my genitals after touching him. I don't believe he had precm either but theres no way to be sure, even so when he does precm its so little I doubt that even if there was the slightest rip in the condom it wouldn't be a big deal. but I have such a bad fear and anxiety of pregnancy that the more my period is late the more stressed and anxiety ridden I become. Before you say anything No... I have not taken a pee stick test yet because I have no way of getting to the store on my own and no family member I can trust.
So my question is, is it possible I've missed my period because of my weight gain and new sleeping habits or do you think I might be pregnant? (I am 19 years old and have no disorders or physical health problems other than Anxiety and Depression)
Sorry about the rambling I'm very paranoid
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