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Could I be pregnant??? please help!

By Anonymous September 28, 2015 - 3:58pm
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Hi everyone! I had sex with my bf Mid August. He was wearing a condom and his penis was inside me for a minute or less... He did not ejaculate . I have not had sex since then. At the end of august, I got my period on time (maybe a day early) I am usually pretty regular and have a 28 day cycle. My period started out light but then got heavier and lasted almost a week in total (pretty normal for me). Now it's end of September and time for my next period, but it's not here. I was supposed to get it yesterday and there's still no signs...I am now worried... what if what I thought was my period last month was not actually a true period? I am freaking out so much and starting to feel queasy which makes me even more paranoid about being pregnant. Is there a chance I could be pregnant?? please help!!!

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Update: I did a home pregnancy test today and got a negative result. BUT it was definitely not the first urine of the day and I have really diluted urine because I drink so much water/fluids... could this have impacted my test? Still no sign of my period, it is now almost 3 days late .... I'm having a bit of cramping in my lower abdomen and a weird nauseous feeling in my stomach (maybe because I'm stressing so much?) I'm so worried :( What should I do? wait a few more days or go to the doctor now? If I did get pregnant that week, I would be 8 weeks pregnant now....I'm so scared!!

September 29, 2015 - 8:57pm
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