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im really scared

By Anonymous April 23, 2011 - 8:41am
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My boyfriend fingered me last weekend and I had cramps after and my boobs feel a little sore... I don't get pms symptoms for another 2 weeks or week and a half at least.. And tender breasts are one of the first pregnancy symptoms I've read! I'm scared something couldve been on his hands! Please help!

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Thanks for your reply, Anonymous. Periods can sometimes change from say 30 days to 20 days for absolutely no reason at all. I really don't think you should have much of a concern for pregnancy in your situation. May 8th is a couple weeks away and if you miss your period, then take a pregnancy test to try and settle your fears.

The fear or stress of pregnancy can also cause us to sometimes have symptoms. If you had your sexual encounter last weekend, it would be very odd for you to experience pregnancy symptoms this fast anyhow. If you can, try and relax your fear about it and this may help the 'symptoms' that you are experiencing.

I hope this helps.

April 23, 2011 - 9:33am
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Hi Anonymous,
You cannot get pregnant from finger stimulation. If he had sperm on his hands, I guess there is a slight possibility but I would think that this is a highly unlikely scenario.

Don't forget that pregnancy symptoms and pre-menstrual symptoms mimic each other and I would suspect that you will be having your period anyday now. Once you do, could you let us know and keep us posted?

Good luck,

April 23, 2011 - 9:11am
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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

No I had my period 2 weeks ago is what is scaring me.. I'm not suppose to have my period until may 8!! And I'm never irregular! My boobs never start hurting until a week before my period

April 23, 2011 - 9:18am
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