I am 17 years old. My periods are kinda irregular, this is what's making me worry... Me & my boyfriend tried to have sex on september 5th while he was wearing a condom. I could only get the head in cause it hurt so much! He never came obviously cause i think i just barely got the head in. My last period was from august 25th - august 31st. I took a pregnancy test on October 5th, one month after we tried to have sex, and it came out negative. It is now october 25th & no signs of period. I actually am feeling really small cramps, but i'm not sure if i should consider them cramps. & On my pantiliner today i got light brownish discharge. I have no morning sickness, no peeing a lot, no hurting breasts... It's almost been 2 months since this incident, wouldn't i have already been feeling pregnancy symptoms if i really was pregnant? Do u think i could be pregnant? I am a college freshman who doesn't want to ruin her life. I have officially stopped trying to have sex with my boyfriend, i'm just not ready. Can someone please answer my question? I am super worried. Thanks. I did take 2 pregnancy tests this morning & they were both negative. Should i just relax? P.S.: My periods are irregular! I am a really skinny girl. I haven't gained any weight, but i feel that my tummy is like bloated. I can suck it in perfectly, maybe it's just all in my head. DO U THINK I AM PREGNANT? I will go to my college's clinic tomorrow... maybe, i'm embarrassed. :'[ But again, do u think i could be pregnant? 35 minutes ago - 4 days left to answer. ALSO: Just letting u guys know, i am not a "troll", i am just a very worried girl. I called a nurse about 2 minutes ago & she said that she doesn't think that i'm pregnant, but that i should see a doctor. i don't want too, i am very scared. :'[
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