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he rubbed his dry penis on my lower abdominal area

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I got my period on 1/1/2012. I'm 17 years old &virgin. 2 days later or so, my boyfriend and I were "dry humping" and there was no pre-*** or *** or anything like that. However, for few seconds, he rubbed his dry penis on my lower abdominal area. I have asked a question before on other website if I could get pregnant from that and the answer was no... but now it's 1/21/2012 and my boobs are tender/sore on the sides, my back is hurting a little, my stomach and head sometimes, too. I do not have any morning sicknesses or nausea, or anything like that. Am I ovulating and these are the reasons? Are these PMS symptoms (I am suppose to get my period around early Feb, but my periods still aren't regular), and isn't too early for that? Most importantly, pregnancy?! Or is my mind just messing with me? I want to take a preg. test, but I heard it's too early to do that. I need some help, because I am really stressing over this. :(


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replied January 22nd, 2012
Sexual Health - Women Answer A30668
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
If vagina did not come in contact with pre-cum or semen, pregnancy cannot result. The current symptoms of sore breast, back pain, headaches could also suggest possible ovulation. If your periods are irregular, it is difficult to comment on your next expected period date. You can consider counting your longest menstrual cycle length taking first day of your last periods to arrive at probable expected period date. The urine pregnancy tests done very early in pregnancy can show you false negative results as the kits are calibrated ones, so unless the hormone levels in urine reach a certain level, they do not show positive results. Urine pregnancy test kits usually start showing positive results after about 20 days post-conception (roughly corresponding to about 1 week after your missed/altered periods). The test should always be done on early morning first urine sample to get accurate results (pregnancy hormone HCG is believed to be in highest concentration in this sample, and you should avoid lot of fluid intake and caffeinated beverages in the night before taking the test). If periods are delayed, or if you develop any new symptoms suggestive of early pregnancy, or if you suspect chances of pregnancy, visit your doctor/gynecologist for thorough examination (to confirm pregnancy related changes/signs in body) and blood/serum beta HCG level test (to confirm/rule out pregnancy accurately). If pregnancy gets ruled out, and if you are not ready for pregnancy, but intend to remain sexually active, you should consider visiting your gynecologist to get started on suitable regular birth control measures to be protected (after your periods). Be regular with birth control use as instructed. Avoid having unprotected sexual contact if you are not ready for pregnancy. Be in regular monitoring and follow-up with your treating doctor/gynecologist and report any new/abnormal symptoms immediately. Drink plenty of water. Take adequate rest. Maintain healthy diet and lifestyle.
Take care.



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