A little over a month ago my boyfriend and I were humping. I did not have any pants on, but he had basketball shorts. His shorts were never off (so there was no direct genital contact), and he was never inside of me and we never had sex. It was just rubbing. I am not sure if his penis was by my vagina or not when he ejaculated because I couldn't feel any wetness thru his shorts; however, I'm not sure. A few days after this which would have been about a week before my period started I noticed what I thought might be Montgomery's Tubules, which I'm not really sure if they were there before or not. I got my period a week and a half later and it lasted about 6 days and was normal like it usually is. It was about 23 days after my last period. I am not regular at all because the period before that was 37 days, but I am normally never early, if I'm anything it's usually late. I've also lost about 20 pounds over the past couple of months so maybe that threw it off. About a week and a half after my period I noticed slight breast tenderness and a yellowish-whitish discharge (not at all brown or pink like spotting). I thought it could maybe be a sign of ovulation, but I also had painful sinus headaches and a sore throat (which I think was due to my sinuses draining); however, I heard sometimes women get colds when they are pregnant. I also heard that sometimes there isn't enough pregnancy hormone at first to stop a period, and women can experience bleeding during pregnancy, etc. I was still sort of worried so I took a pregnancy test during the 5th day of my period, which came out negative. Should I take another pregnancy test now, or am I just worried for nothing? I think sometimes I get a little paranoid, but could I possibly be pregnant?
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