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Ovulation, test, Precm

By Anonymous September 22, 2016 - 4:36am
 
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I know fingering with Precm can cause a slight risk of pregnancy so I won't ponder upon that.

I feel we were really careful but there's something inside me that tells me something Could've happened accidentally or something. I was just wondering if a sperm did get inside of me through this, how long can it survive? Also, if I ovulates round about that time, how many days after ovulation will a test be accurate? I'd rather not brush this under the carpet and later on realise I am pregnant.

My cycle from in between 29 days and my longest cycle was 37 days but recently it has been in between day 33 or 34.

I feel extremely nauseous and light headed and kinda hungry but not eating much due to stress. I am already underweight for my height. I don't know whether all these symptoms are down to stress and whether My period is delayed or going to be delayed because of it.
To be on the safe side, when can I take a test. Do I take it 2 weeks prior to my longest cycle?

I have spoken to my boyfriend about this and he says it's IMPOSSIBLE but I've been told there is a slight risk, just not as high as ejaculating inside. So if I was to get pregnant, he would probably not believe me and now frankly I do not care because I know I'm telling the truth. I feel really horrible and just feel like vomitting. I've taken some pregnancy tests all which have come out negative but I think I may be taking them abit early perhaps?

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Hi Anon!

A pregnancy test is generally accurate 2-3 weeks after sex, if you don't get your period first.

Best,
Susan

September 22, 2016 - 5:10am
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