Okay well first off, my period are irregular. (There's normally 41 days in between my periods) My last period came from August 25 - August 31. So me & my boyfriend exactly 1 month & 11 days ago, tried to have sex but his penis wouldn't fit. It just hurt to much that we gave up. He barely got the head in. (He wore protection & he never 'came') So 2 weeks ago, monday - wednesday, i got really really light brown discharge on my pantiliner. It looked like old blood. & i never got it anymore. I took a pregnancy test 10 days ago in the afternoon & it came out negative. So, when i took the test, this was already 1 month after this incident! Was it too early to take the test? I'm actually really scared of being pregnant. But if i were to be pregnant, wouldn't i be feeling the symptoms? I don't feel any symptoms of pregnancy at all. No peeing, breasts don't hurt, u know, none of that stuff. I am cramping very lightly though. I'm also a college freshman. I've been stressing a lot. I eat more or less everyday. I don't get enough sleep. I'm scared of being pregnant.
It wasn't too early to take that test, so you can trust the results.
But it sounds like you very much don't want to be pregnant, and like condoms alone don't leave you feeling as protected as you'd like. So, have you looked into adding another method?
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