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Pregnant or not?

By Anonymous May 22, 2016 - 1:39am
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My girlfriend is stressing out about things she have read on net saying you can have a regular period while pregnant. So I'm just here to clear this out bc we can trust what you say.
So this is the condition.
1-There was no penetration or ejaculation. Only pre-ejaculate and rubbing of genitals.
2-This happened two or three days before her period was due. (I'm guessing it's infertile period?)
3-I had previously urinated after my ejaculation which was about weeks ago from the incident. So peed more than once. That should rule out any sperms?

4-She got two normal periods after that. With her usual vomitting and stomach cramps. It wasn't light, heavy with clots.
5-She doesn't have any symptoms now. If she's two months pregnant, there must be some symptoms of pregnancy yeah?
Sometimes she complains about pain near chest area tho, but she recently started gym, can it be because of that? Because it didn't grow bigger and the nipples show no change.

Can you tell me if she could be still pregnant? It would really ease our minds. Thanks a bunch!
We should've stuck with our clothes on in the foreplay, maybe next time.
Hoping a reply,

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Hello and welcome to EmpowHer,
She cannot become pregnant through outercourse. You must ejaculate into her vagina during penetration in order for pregnancy to occur.
The vaginal bleeding that occur during pregnancy is very light and lasts 1 to 3 days at most. It is much lighter than a regular period.
However, with that said, your girlfriend should still see a gynecologist for the following reasons:
vomiting is very usual during a regular menstrual period, also blood clots and very heavy bleeding can indicate a serious problem.
Most doctors do not give pap smears or ultrasounds to women under the age of 21. They usually prescribe birth control pills to balance the hormones and hopefully regulate the menstrual cycle. However if requested she can still be tested for possible causes such as uterine and ovarian fibroids, polyps, cysts.
Below I have pasted a link to a HER article that talks more about outercourse and pregnancy.
I hope that helps.

May 22, 2016 - 4:32pm
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