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Am I Pregnant?

By Anonymous May 1, 2017 - 4:09pm
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I have a loooot of questions.
And I'm still scared to death :(

Why does my period kept getting earlier and earlier to the point that I had period on the first week of January 2017 and then had it again on the last week of the same month until the first few days of February 2017? This goes on for the rest of the month until March, always landing on the last week up to the first few days of the next month. It is so confusing. I was expecting my period to come on the last days of April (just last month) and my period didn't come. I did had sore breasts a week ago, with dry discharges. But why do I still have dry discharges until now when my ovulation was already done weeks ago? And it is weird because I don't feel any painful cramps like I usually have when my period's coming? My lower back feels strained, though, but it's not that kind of pain when my period would come.

I also had dry humping with my partner a few weeks ago, (during ovulation) with me on my undies while he was wearing none. Other times he was wearing briefs and shorts while I had none. Could I get pregnant that way?

Am I even pregnant at all? I would love to use the PT but everything still feels bizarre and scary and I'm not quite ready if ever it will be a positive because it would not make sense. :(

I'm 18 years old, by the way. In case giving my age would help regarding my period. I really want my period to arrive already but I don't see any signs right now. I had signs of PMS a week ago but it's all nada right now. Just a strained lower back and I don't understand the light cramps I'm having. :(

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