Hi, My girlfriend is virgin (but her hymen is penetrable by one finger) and we have never had sex apart from we have just rubbed our genital on each other until I ejaculated but not on here genital. The thing is that she has missed her period for about 13-14 days. She doesn\'t have any symptoms apart from that last night she had a little breast pain and this morning she had a sudden nose bleeding. She took the urine pregnancy test yesterday around 11 am but the result was negative. so it possible that has got pregnant? She had her previous period a little earlier as she assume it was because of her exam stress.
If not what are the other Probabilities?

Many thanks in advanced
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replied October 30th, 2014
Thank you for asking

If she is delayed by 14 days then i am sure ultrasound will confirm the odds. If clear then other option of delayed pregnancy needs to be sorted out and that would need a consult to a gynecologist. Anxiety , pills and gynecological issues like pcos needs to be ruled out.

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