My boyfriend and I got drunk Saturday night. He barely started to penetrate when we both realized it was a bad idea, and so he made sure to pull out right away, the only ejaculation fluid would have been pre-ejaculation fluid. This was my first exposure to any sort of seamen in my vaginal area. I made sure to go and get Plan B today, took a pregnancy test at the county health department center and it came back negative. I plan on taking another pregnancy test in about two weeks. Unfortunately, due to stress and illness (I'm a college student) my period has been off and on for a while now, heavy one month, light and short the next, then not even some months. I've tried to regulate it with correct diet and exercise, but I'm thinking it would be wise to go on a low dosage of birth control. I really don't want to be sexually active at all right now, and my boyfriend feels the same way. It's not that I don't think it's not okay to have before marriage, I just don't want to. The nurse on campus today was really degrading, and didn't act like she could ever look at me the same way, even though I didn't go all the way, and he didn't even really penetrate. The health department was great however. I strongly suggest to young women to try going there if they can.
Sorry... this turned into a rant....
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It sounds like you've done everything you can do, for right now. Pregnancy tests are accurate 10-14 days after the risk, so unfortuneatly the test you took may not be accurate (as it's too soon). Taking another test in a few weeks is a good idea.
I'm sorry you had such a bad experience w/ the nurse on campus. I would encourage you to lodge a formal complaint (preferably in writing, so you can have a copy, and send one to the university too) against that nurse with whoever is in charge of the clinic.
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