Hi. I had sex with my boyfriend on 22nd Jan (protected). The actual penetration act was for 10-12 minutes with a condom on the whole time. My boyfriend was not properly hard with the condom on so we stopped having penetration sex and then after withdrawing his penis out he then removed the condom and then after 15 minutes of oral sex he ejaculated on my torso.
However, he rubbed the tip of his penis on the ouTer lips of my vagina BEFORE we had penetration sex, this was only for 20-30 seconds.
then, I got my first period post sex on 5th Feb 2015, and it was only a day late. This lasted for 4 days, really heavy flow with blood clots and endometrium lining. I usually have heavy periods in a gap of 24 days. This period came after 25 days since the last period.
My next periods were on 3rd March, again synchronizing perfectly with the last time. Lasted for 4 days, heavy bleeding with clots and endometrium remnants. Its April now, and I should've got my periods on 30th-31st March. It is almost 10-11 days late.
it has been 76 days today since I last had sex. I took a UPT after 25 days of having sex (16 Feb) and another yesterday morning (75 days of sex)
both were negative and slightly expensive ones, just to be safe.
I have no symptoms. In these 76 days, my body has actually thinned down, I have lost 3-4 kgs and my boobs have decreased in size. I sometimes get headaches but I have migraine too, maybe that's why. No nausea/morning sickness till now. No extra urge to urinate, no food cravings and no abdominal cramps.
I have bodyache at times but that may be because I live alone and have to manage my household work with college. General fatigue follows but I'm not 24/7 fatigued. I tend to eat less since childhood and its the same till now. No food aversion, no strong sense of smell or any sort of violent reaction to any smell/food etc.
should I stop worrying about being pregnant?
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