Hi. For the purpose of this post you can call me K. Hope your ok and in the best of health.
Well I have a problem which seems to be getting in the way of my day to day affairs. I was previously sexually assaulted which basically made me crappy all year. I recently met this great guy in June. We both agreed that we will not have sex until after marriage but we do other things to keep both of us excited [like we stimulate each other by touching each other]. The last time this happened was on August 2nd. I have read that certain activities do have a pregnancy risk. I wouldn't usually get scared over this but the bit that worries me is when he took down his trousers, I do not know whether his hand brushed onto his penis or if he touched himself and got pre-ejaculate on his hands. I spoke to him about this and he just laughed and said how crazy it was because we never even had intercourse. I get his point but I have been feeling abit weird. I really like this guy and do not want to lose him and I'm just afraid that if I do turn out to be pregnant he will think I've had sex elsewhere. I know he can take a paternity test but it would break my heart if he thought like that. I think I began my period on Monday and lasted for 5 days (normal) but the last few days I felt nausea and just dizzy and faint headed. I am underweight and I don't know whether this could've been down to a huge amount of blood? I spoke to my doctor about everything on Thursday I think and she just said pregnancy cannot occur if he did not penetrate me. I feel really off and I don't know what I can do :/ I thought once I see that blood I will be ok again and back to normal and can focus on other things.
I'm thinking of doing a test BUT I don't know whether the test would be reliable by now or whether I should wait?
Could you please advise me because I just want this scare gone so I can focus on my education.
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