Me and my girlfriend were just playing around mid May. It was mutual masturbation. I had a wank and fingered her (pretty sure my hands weren't soaking wet with semen- I think I wiped some off on the duvet leaving sticky fingers). I understood the risk of my mistake after a few days but we agreed the risk of pregnany was probably low.

Her last period before we did this was around May the 11th, after this, she got her period which was a week early. She said that she had week early period before so it was nothing to worry about.

We then had protected sex for the first time in June but I was worried that the condom had slipped so to be safe, we used the MAP within 6 hours. Again, she got her period/bleeding but it was irregular which was expected because of the MAP.

Still being paranoid about the pregnancy risk from the mutual masturbation, she agreed to take HPT which came in a pack of two. Both were negatives, but she drank some water in the morning which could have meant diluted urine which means inaccurate results right? (She took them on the same day, one in the morning and one in the afternoon).

Come July, she says her period is normal and she thinks I should stop worrying.

Researching this, all the signs point that she's not pregnant. I know you can't have periods and pregnancy at the same time. She seems confident that she is not pregnant too. I know the risk of pregnancy from fingering is relatively low. But I keep reading stories about women who have regular period-like bleeding in some cases thoughout all their months of pregnany.

AM I JUST BEING REALLY PARANOID?
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replied July 18th, 2010
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Re: Maybe being too paranoid?
JXPOS wrote:

Still being paranoid about the pregnancy risk from the mutual masturbation, she agreed to take HPT which came in a pack of two. Both were negatives, but she drank some water in the morning which could have meant diluted urine which means inaccurate results right? (She took them on the same day, one in the morning and one in the afternoon).

Diluted urine does not equal innacurate results. Whether or not she drank five gallons of water prior to testing, the HcG hormone, which is the pregnancy hormone that is picked up in a urine pregnancy test, would still be present. Since she tested once in the morning, which is the best time to test, and it was negative AND she has had her period after the sexual encounter, she is 99.999% not pregnant. I think you are overly paranoid. The MAP can cause irregular and spotty or early/slightly late menstruation for a couple periods after using it. If you are this concerned about impregnation, then there are two options that should ease your paranoia:
-have her get a prescription for birth control pills, shot, ring, whatever
OR
-abstain from sex

Paranoia causes un-needed stress. Relax. If you are still concerned, she can get a blood pregnancy test at a local free clinic or Planned Parenthood.
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replied July 18th, 2010
Many thanks, we have abstained from sex now.

Anyways, she is confident that she's not pregnant, and I told her that if there are any changes to her, she should go to get it checked.

Thanks for the reply. It's so good to have someone to talk to instead of relying on myself to search for the facts.
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