i know i have posted this before but i need to know what these new things mean. "Well the incident i am worried about took place on Dec. 29, around 8 o clock. HE didnt cum inside me, but i am worried about pre cum, because i may have been ovulating, and he was nly inside me for like 20 seconds because it hurt. and then we messed around(he was moving his penis around my vagina) but he did not ejacualte anywhre near my vagina."
Well i have been cramping mildly and my lower back has been hurting lately, and my stomach has been kind of upset.
I have had back issues before but i am just worried can all this just be a coincindence or is there a possibility its a sign of something?
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There are no reliable indicators for pregnancy at this early stage, so like the advice in the previous thread stated, you will have to do a pregnancy test once it's been 10 days after your incident to get a result that can be accurate, and then test again if you're period doesn't arrive on time.
Could you be due your period? Could this be causing your discomfort?
PMS symptoms can be here this early sometimes, really depends on the person. (Plenty of people get PMS symptoms for a week). But as Rebecca said above, the first sign you'd really notice is a missed period. Try and relax until you can take a test.
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