ok so i know i should learn from my mistakes so chastise me all you'd like. but last week, and today, i felt my guys precum, then touched myself a bit later. i have been feeling ovulation cramps since sunday, (i have sists, so i know) and i have been extrememely tired and sore. today i poopied and whiped, and noticed there was a little spot of blood. i don't know if it could be implantation bleeding? or what the chances are? i just know i have been really sore and tired.
Getting pregnant from that scenario is pretty far-fetched. Your finger(s) would have to have a good coat of pre-ejaculate with vaginal contact to even present a slight risk. Your possibility is very low, at best.
While we won't lecture or degrade you about your choices, we have a policy of no longer answering pregnancy-scare posts when we have given all necessary information and resources for a user to protect themselves in previous topics. We usually stop at the third post, and you're getting close to that point, if you aren't there already.
So, why not review these articles? I'm sure they'll prove immensely helpful in learning to practice safer sex, and to know just what the risk is for what activity should you slip up:
(As for the bleeding: it could be your period starting, it could be simple spotting, or it could be a minor irritation from over-wiping. If it continues or gets bothersome, get to a doctor. Rest a little extra to see if that doesn't help your soreness and fatigue -- it IS the beginning of flu season, so a number of germs could be causing some trouble, too.)
[ 11-15-2006, 11:39 PM: Message edited by: Miss Lauren ]
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