I found this site on Google; Everyone here seems really nice from what I've read, so I figured I'd share my dilema because I am really nervous.
My last Period began on Sept 21. My boyfriend and I had sex on the 24 (towards the end of my period.) and it ended around the 26. Towards the end of my period, I got a small head cold, nothing severe though. We also recently had sex on Oct. 15. I am not on the pill but both times we used Condoms; he did come inside me both times, but neither time did the condom break nor rip, there were no holes, nothing leaked at all (Believe me, we both doulbe checked)
My period was due on Oct 19. Normally I get it a couple days before, but now I am 2 days late. I am having some cramping like I'm going to get my period but there is no blood. My breasts don't feel very tender or sore (if I squeeze them I feel a little pain but I don't think that's out of the ordinary at least). I don't feel nauseous or overtired nor do I go to the bathroom alot. My stomach has felt a little off but I think that's because I'm a nervous wreck, and when I get nervous I feel kinda sick :/. I have been under some stress; this week is Tech Week for a show I'm participating in, along with other issues. The weather up where I am has been really weird for October: a few days of cold weather the next, it's sunny and 80 degrees, a few days later it was raining.
I know you must get this question alot, but I am never late so I'm feeling very scared that I might be pregnant. There was one time that I was a couple days late due to stress, but that was before I was sexually active. I know I can't completely rule out pregnancy and I should take a test but I guess I just want to know the odds of being pregnant over stressed (or vice versa) based on my situation.
Thank you. Hope you can help :)
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