I am a rather foolish young creature in my late 20's who is now in a position for some pregnancy fear (and hopefully without reason!). It's been seven days since I have encountered the opposite sex, my lovely partner, and seeing as I'm not on birth control, found it wiser to spend most of our fun time fully clothed. Of course, as they do, one thing lead to another and those were discarded. I think it's important to note that he did not ejaculate, though oral was given and received, we were both very mindful of keeping the more important parts separated...but...and always, there is a but... I can't help shake the worry that somewhere, someone slipped up. The only fluid was precum, which I realize holds possible dangerous properties for me still, and I worry that somehow something may have gotten to me (though no hands were used that could have quickly transferred). Did I press myself against a wet spot on the sheets? Did something sneak onto my underwear when I slipped them back on? Is it possible to transfer enough fluid in a kiss that would result in pregnancy, when he went down on me? Like I said, it's only been seven days, I don't really think I have symptoms. I'm in graduate school, I do get pretty stressed and tired, and don't often sleep well as it is. The only thing that bothers me as a symptom...and perhaps I'm hallucinating here, but my more delicate parts feel...hm, softer? Less formed perhaps, though no darker color change (if anything, lighter). I feel like there is less secretion, though it is white and thick (Though the change isn't uncommon in me). Again, I'm going over myself with a fine toothed comb, so these things could be nothing. I'm due for my period in about a week and a few days, I'm very irregular usually, but that's what my guess is. Is it too early to tell? Is my body producing these symptoms from my own stress? Do I have anything, even the slightest bit to worry about? I apologize for being a little foolish, but I appreciate the responses. :)
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