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hi. i am 18 years old. and please don't judge me i know what i do is wrong and i promise i won't ever do it again. please help me

my last period was on february 11th
i forgot what date but i think it's around february 25th, my boyfriend and i "fooling around", doing petting and rubbing genitals, but no penetration.
and till now (march 21st) i haven't got my period
on march 17th i got this brown spotting
i took pregnancy test with 2 different test pack (the expensive and -people said it's accurate- one) on 18th march in the morning after wake up, both shows negative. i also have USG and the doctor said that she saw nothing.

after i read some articles in internet about pregnancy symptoms.
i only have cramp stomach, brown spotting, and late period.
i'm not having nausea, fatigue, craving food, sore breast, or high bladder.

i never have exercise since july 2011, and then on 12 march i ran 3 km
and because of this "maybe prego" things i'm so stress and having trouble sleeping

am i pregnant? please help Sad
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replied March 21st, 2012
Welcome to e health forum.

The chances of pregnancy, by the sexual act described on Feb 25th, is very less, since there was no complete intercourse and no ejaculation.

This has been confirmed by the negative pregnancy tests and the negative findings on the ultrasound. Hence it is conclusive that are not pregnant

The brown spotting that you had on march 17th, was probably your periods.

Other causes of missed or irregular periods other than pregnancy include - Severe stress and anxiety, acute weight changes, eating disorders (Bulemia), Rigorous exercises, conditions like ovarian cysts (with irregular cycles) and hypothyroidism. Hence such issues should be evaluated and ruled out after consulting with your doctor.

I hope this helps.
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replied March 21st, 2012
but my period was always in regular cycle like 30 days cycle. and the brown spotting is just one day and then gone till now

thanks anyway Smile
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replied March 21st, 2012
I have had the same exact problem, to the exact day! I was supposed to get my period on the 12th of March. On March 18th I got a pinkish brown spotting, and heavy cramping. (it woke me up in the morning) The only thing different is that I had unprotected sex, but he did not ejaculate in me. I have been very anxious and sort of stressed lately (I don't know how stressed you have to be to miss a period). I am overweight, but I have noticed I feel a little bigger lately, I have not changed my diet or exercise,even though I'm overweight I eat very healthy. But I have been outside and walking around more since the warm weather began. I took a test this morning, and it was negative. I don't know what to do! Please help!
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replied March 21st, 2012
Another thing, I have always had irregular periods, but I have only been late one time. Never like this, though.
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