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Pregnancy? periods? early menopause?

By June 22, 2016 - 6:10am
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I know i posted this question before BUT i cant access the answer. Keeps saying error

Basically, went to my doctor because i thought i could be pregnant. He did a pregnancy test which was negative. He just laughed in my face and told me there was no possible way of pregnancy. My boyfriend cmmed on himself. Not sure if anything got on his hands. He then fingered me (when he fingered me i was not naked- but his fingers did touch my vagina area. My period is late and i dont know what to think. My doctor says theres only one person who got pregnant without having intercourse and the only way virgin pregnancy happen are through artificial insemination or if we were rubbing our bare genitals together. But the NHS quotes otherwise.

No idea if ive got any pregnancy symptoms or if its all in my head because i had frequent urination from before due to an infection. I have nausea and fatigue only when i think about the possibility of being pregnant and my areoles at times turn dark but then light again (weird) and vaginal discharge is quite little (mainly water and some specs of mucus). Im struggling with my eating because i had an eating disorder and was told that this could affect your menstrual period aswell.

Please help. Again, i apologise for reposting but i had to make a members account because i could not access your answer. Please can you let me know if pregnancy is possible because to be honest, theres too many people saying different things

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Hi Kiran

All questions go into moderation first and are answered in 24 hours, often far quicker than that.

The NHS has to talk about every scenario that could possibly happen. You're not pregnant.

Here is your post today and the reply : http://www.empowher.com/community/ask/pregnant-or-not-23

June 22, 2016 - 7:04am
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