I have been trying to have sex with my boyfriend but we have never actually gone the whole way because it hurts a lot for me. He has stuck his penis inside me a few times but thats it. I dont think my hymen is broken yet because i feel a barrier there and I have not bled. We have used a condom every time we have tried.
Back in April, we were humping and rubbing without a condom (penis and vagina) the day after my period. However, both of us were worried so I decided to take Plan B. A week after (which is roughly 8 days after my last period) I had my period again.
Since then, we have attempted to have sex but have never been successful because it hurt too much. Like mentioned above, he has put his penis in my vagina using a condom but nothing us, and I have yet to bled and still feel a barrier like-thing in my vagina so I do not think my hymen is broken yet.
My period this month was supposed to come on May 3rd. It is now May 23rd and nothing has happened yet. I took a First Response pregnancy test about two weeks after my period was due and it was negative. I haven't really had any symptoms of pregnancy...only the occasional headache...once felt like puking in the morning...and my breasts feel sore once in a while but I also feel these symptoms when my period is approaching. Also, I have been stressed out due to exams at school and such. I am in my first year of university...18 years old.
I do not feel anything out of the ordinary...I feel quite normal. I do not know why my period is so late. Could it be due to Plan B? Since I got another period only a week after, could that have thrown it off? I used to be irregular but was starting to get more regular periods recently. Had I not gotten my period a week after the last one, then I would still be on schedule. Anyone have any idea? I am scared I am pregnant. I really hope I am not !
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