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Pregnant? Not sexually active.

Hi I know this is a stupid question but I just need to double check. I haven't had unprotected sex or engaged in sexual activity but I do work in a care home with young men with learning disabilities who masturbate openly and regularly, meaning that I am often at risk of coming into contact with semen without realizing, I usually wash my hands and wear gloves when touching surfaces and dealing with personal care. However I haven't been feeling well lately and my period is 56 days late which is unusual as I am fairly regular and have never been more than 10 days late before.
I know that it is highly unlikely that I could have gotten pregnant from minor contact with semen but just wanted to see if my symptoms are consistent with Pregnancy and would therefore take a test to double check or if I should see a doctor about other possible conditions.
My symptoms are: missed period, constant fatigue, headaches, feeling queasy but NOT sick, back pain, dizzy spells, diarrhea and pelvic cramping, I also had brown discharge about a month ago which I thought was the start of my period but wasn't. If anyone knows if these could mean I am pregnant or can suggest any other causes for these symptoms then I would be very grateful to hear from you.
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replied October 30th, 2014
Thank you for asking

You are worrying for nothing. You Are admitting your anxiety and you admit that odds are almost impossible for any such act, had it been so every virgin girl even would have been pregnant like mary with out coitus .

Just relax and move on. Take care of the hygiene though and use protection and gloves.

Take care
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