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can pregnancy be ruled out?

By June 30, 2016 - 9:06am
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Right i'm kinda REALLY confused+ this is going to sound super crazyyyy

So i've not had intercourse. The most thats happened is that a guy ejaculated on himself and then wiped the fluid with a tissue (however, i do not remember if he washed his hands) but then he fingered me. Not immediately but i can't measure the time scale. I know perfectly well after reading comments on here that pregnancy is possible if he fingered me with seminal fluid on his hands.

I got my period on the 22nd June. Came on time and it lasted like 6 days but was lighter than usual (and occasionally just stopped for a couple of hours). I thought it could be implantation bleeding but I did a test and that also came out negative but i don't get why i'm thinking like this and my boobs feel a little bigger and i get twinges? Am i over thinking and can pregnancy be ruled out or should i still be concerned till i get my next period?

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Hello kirnan9819181918,

I see that you have posted recently your concern about your lighter than normal period and pregnancy concern.

I doubt you are pregnant because your period, though lighter than normal, did last for six days. That was not implantation bleeding. Implantation bleeding is spotting, that lasts two to three days, never increases to a flow, and goes away on its own.

Your anxiety or fear that you might have become pregnant due to the fingering can be the cause of overthinking this. The negative pregnancy test and a period proved you did not become pregnant.

Hopefully, with your next normal period, you will feel better.


June 30, 2016 - 9:18am
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