I am looking for feedback and anyone who has been in similar situations. I know to take a test or visit the doctor soon.
I usually have 32-33 day cycles had my last regular period may 11. On may 24(day 14 of 32 day cycle) my boyfriend and I foole around. It was pelvis to pelvis rubbing in salt water (80 degrees or so). Most of the time swimming suits. For abou20-30 seconds or so we were skin to skin and as far as we both know he did not enter me. He did not ejaculate. He could have had lunricative fluid before(but since it was underwater couldn't tell). That's as far as it went.
In June, I started getting terrible pms symptoms. Very gassy, large sore breasts, migraines, loss of appitete, tired all over, crampy, nauseous (usually of I tried to eat). So I started panicking I was pregnant. (week before period). On June 11--32 days afte first day of last period, I was going to check cm, and had red blood. So I put in a tampon, had very bad cramp, when I changed my tampon, it wasn't full as usual. Typically I have a 7 day, heavy period. The bleeding continued about 4 days but never could fill a tampon by the time I had to change it. It was very unusual but my symptoms went away so I figured it was a period.
I couldn't shake the worry after I read about implanation bleeding however, still worrying about pregnancy. I should have gotten my period July 12. Today I am two weeks late. I had one sore not swollen breast(though fibrocystic)about a week ago and it's started to subside, and bloated but those are my only symptoms. I've been checking cm and cervical position and they've been all over the place changing daily so I can't tell from that.
I know no one knows for sure... Just wan thoughts. I'm scares to take a test alone. My boyfriend is thousands of miles away(so we have not done anything since may FYI).
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