I'm fortunate to have found this website. So anyway onto my crisis...
I've had my period Jan 17 and it ended around Jan 23. I had brownish blood (like and end period kind of blood) at around Jan 30-31 then it stopped. Last Jan 31, me and my boyfriend fooled around. We didn't have sexual intercourse but had other forms of sex. We we rubbing each other's genitals (but not near the opening of my vagina) but then he ejaculated. He ejaculated on top of my vagina ( don't know how to describe it) somehow far from my opening and not anywhere near my labia.. I was kind of worried that some of it dripped down but I didn't feel anything and when my bf checked, he didn't find any semen dripping down too...
But then, last Feb 5 I had the brownish blood again but it was kind of a very light bleeding and it happened only once when I exerted effort in carrying my heavy luggage. I also had fever the day before that and I ended up drinking two separate medicines for my fever and for my cough. I'm still taking the cough medicine until today.
I'm so worried about the brown blood since I keep having it until today. It's not heavy though and it only comes out once, either when I exert effort or when I walk a long mile. What could this be? What are the chances of me getting pregnant? Or could the blood be because I'm taking medicine and been so stressed out lately? Now, I'm even more stressed. Please help!
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