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Condom flipped . Still scared.

By Anonymous January 28, 2015 - 5:24pm
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I had sex on the 15tg,16th,24th&28th of January . Everytime we had sex it was protected . One of these times he put the condom on wrong then quickly flipped it over and started to have intercourse . This was on the 24th. I guess you can say I'm scared of the pre cm getting me pregnant . Is there any way I can be ? If so when is the earliest I can take a test ? Usually my boobs hurt before my period and that symptom hasn't happened . My last period was on the 4th of January and my next expected period according the the tracker on my phone is the 1st . I know it's early but my boobs don't hurt and it's really making me nervous

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Well my so called " yeast infection " has gone away but still no period .

February 4, 2015 - 8:41pm
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Also I have taken two pregnancy tests and they have both come out negative . But then again it was somewhat to early to take those tests

February 2, 2015 - 6:54am
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Thanks Maryann,
I will try to relax , would there be any symptoms by now If I was ?

January 29, 2015 - 5:45pm
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Hi Anonymous,

Very early pregnancy symptoms mimic premenstrual symptoms, like tender breasts and feeling bloated. Do not stress over symptoms, just think peaceful and relaxing thoughts,


January 30, 2015 - 11:07am
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Anonymous (reply to Maryann Gromisch RN)

Hi Maryann,
I still haven't recived my period and I believe that I have a yeast infection . The hole of my vagina has become very itchy. In the mean time I have been putting vagisil. After researching I've come to see having a yeast infection is a sigh of pregnancy. I am really worried .

February 2, 2015 - 6:48am
Guide (reply to Anonymous)

Hello Anonymous,

A vaginal yeast infection is caused by the fungus candida. Candida is a microorganism that's normally present in your vagina, along with bacteria.

Your vagina naturally contains a balanced mix of yeast and bacteria. Lactobacillus bacteria produce acid, which discourages overgrowth of yeast in the vagina. But disruption of the healthy balance can result in an overgrowth of yeast. Too much yeast in your vagina can lead to vaginal itching, burning, and other classic signs and symptoms of a yeast infection.

An overgrowth of yeast can occur with antibiotic use, during pregnancy, an impaired immune system, douching, irritation from inadequate vaginal lubrication.

Symptoms include itching and irritation of the vagina and at the entrance of the vagina, a burning sensation especially during intercourse or while urinating, vaginal pain and soreness. A classic symptoms is a thick, white, odorless vaginal discharge with a cottage cheese appearance.

A vaginal yeast infection is treated with an antifungal medication.
Vagisil contains benzocaine which local anesthetic or numbing medication. It works by blocking nerve signals in your body.

It is not effective in treating a yeast infection.

I strongly suggest that you talk with your physician. Determine if this is indeed a yeast infection and start proper treatment. It would be a good opportunity to discuss your concern about being pregnant.


February 4, 2015 - 10:02am

Hello Anonymous,

Thank you for reaching out to us with your concern. You can relax.

There is a chance that sperm may be in pre ejaculate. This happens only if the male has had a recent erection. However, if he voids in between the first ejaculation and the next ejaculation, the left over sperm is eliminated in the urine.

If you normally have regular periods, and your next period is late by at least seven days, then you can test for pregnancy.

By the way, stressing out can cause a delay in the start of your period. I do not think you are at risk for pregnancy.


January 29, 2015 - 9:16am
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