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Period Symptoms/Pregnancy Symptoms?

By Anonymous September 21, 2011 - 4:10pm
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Hello. According to my Period Tracker, my period is due today but I have not received it yet. My usual period symptoms include acne, sore breasts, white vaginal discharge, nausea, and cramps. My breasts are not as sore as they usually are and they feel a lot fuller (but it could also be just part of my head that I'm thinking that way). I'm getting really scared. The thing is, is that my boyfriend and I have not had sex before and we have not done anything this month with bare skin to bare skin contact. I always have my underwear on if he takes off his boxers (but this month he's been wearing his shorts only). I doubt that I am pregnant because no actual penetration occurred but I am getting worried.

Although these may sound like dumb questions, I was wondering...

Is it normal for this to happen for your period? Can you get pregnant easily on your fertile days?

I'm really worried right now. Thank you.

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It is normal for your periods to vary from month to month, Being a day or two late is nothing to worry about, especially since you have not had sexual intercourse. Yes, you have the greatest chance of getting pregnant if you have unprotected sex at the time of ovulation, which is often referred to as a woman's fertile time.


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