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Pregnancy when period arrived

By December 1, 2016 - 11:49pm
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Okay so september this year me and my bf were mucking around, I'm a virgin, nothing ever went inside.
But he finished off on my stomach, he also tried to do anal but it slipped because he never had experience either.
I quickly washed myself off in the shower and soaped the area later.
I was concerned if sperm swam inside to impregnate me.
That happened on day 6 of my period
I had a normal 5 day period in october
And a normal 6 day period a month later in november.

But my period in october was few days late, so i took a pregnancy test then and it was negative.
Is there any chance i could be pregnant? Please don't judge, I'm not young no but I'm just not yet ready.

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The problem isn't all that, I'm getting signs like a brown spotting on my arm :(
There was no penetration at all never.
But as you said anxiety is kind of taking over my mind now.
What could the brown spotting be ? The pregnancy marks? Or just a fungual infection ?
Sorry I'm a little too worried, I don't want to end up being 7 months pregnant without realizing.
I might sound ignorant to you, but how is it even possible for me to experience such signs if my hymen is probably still not torn ? Can a girl ever get pregnant of the way I described above? Can sperm even swim up or do they die when contact with water? I get lower abdomen pain buts due to ovulation in most times.
But even if sperm went in, is there a chance of it to survive from day 6 knowing that I ovulate on like dAy 12?
Sorry again but when I saw the round brownish spot that is not pAinful or itchy on my skin i became even more worried
Thank you

December 3, 2016 - 6:07am
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