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By Anonymous June 17, 2017 - 7:49am
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Ok, so I have two questions.
I've not had sexual intercourse but have had sexual contact.
It was round about the time AF was due. Anyway, it did come the day after - started off brown, went to red and then brown again (it lasted the full length Of 5-6 days but was extremely light). Anyway, a day after there was only dry humping (and from your website I understand that sperm cannot pass through clothing). I am still concerned with the first scenario because the bleed was light.

I have tested like 14 days after And the results are negative. Can I say these tests are reliable?
I have no general symptoms. Just sharp headaches that occur for a split second and yesterday my breast was feeling sore from the side (I'm wondering if this can be ovulation pain?)
Also, I'm not getting enough vaginal fluid. Like the usual stretchy stuff that happens during ovulation??? Ive broken up with my boyfriend because I am not ready at all for any sexual contact as it rises my anxiety levels BUT do I have anything to worry about? The first encounter: he fingered me twice. He came (but not inside)

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Hello, Anon.

Thank you for reaching out to us today.

There is a risk of pregnancy when a woman has unprotected sex with ejaculation inside her vagina or (more rarely) on the opening. So nothing you have done indicates you are pregnant. Pregnancy tests are accurate 14-21 days after sex, so yes, your test can be considered accurate.


June 17, 2017 - 11:56am
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