My gf and i gt intimate on the 8th day after her period and her vaginal area touchin my dick area but with our underwears put on. I rubbed her vagina and we kissed . Later after an hour she got bleeding from the vagina and now its been 20days and she hasnt get her periods on time and are delayed by 1 day . Are there any chances of pregnancy . She is feeling chest aches as well . Please help ..i am worried
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replied January 28th, 2016
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Eight days after her period ends is close to ovulation which sometimes involves some spotting. Sperm do not travel through multiple layers of clothing. Her period is probably late from the sexual excitement messing with her hormones. Run a couple of home pregnancy tests at one week intervals to relieve your fears.
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replied January 31st, 2016
Since there was no intercourse involved, there is no risk of pregnancy.

Her bleeding could have been coincidental or due to hormonal changes.

But persistently Irregular periods or missed periods for 2 consecutive months (with pregnancy ruled out) are usually due to abnormal hormone levels as a result of altered pattern of hormone secretion.

In such cases additional evaluation for conditions like Dysfunctional uterine bleeding, ovarian cysts and hypothyroidism need to be ruled out. Hence it would be recommended for you to consult a OBGYN doctor, who can examine you and order a few tests (blood tests & ultrasound) which might allow specific diagnosis and proper treatment.

I hope this helps.
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