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susanh
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okay, in the beginning of March I had unprotected sex for about 5 seconds. Then I got scared and he pulled out. About 2 seconds after he pulled out a little precum came out of him. He promises he didnt precum in me put how can I be sure!? I have had what seems to be 4 normal periods since then, all when they were supposed to come, and with all the pre-menstrual symptoms that usually come with my periods(cramping, bloating, breast tenderness) I have also taken 6 pregnancy tests, all NEGATIVE. I have gained a little weight in my stomach but I have recently quit soccer and its not hard like a baby bump, I can suck it in and squeeze it together and stuff. I would be about 15 weeks pregnant by now. Should I still be worrying?? I can't stop. please help me.

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I want to point out, first, that pre-cum release isn't something that a guy can control or something that he's necessarily aware of. So, it is possible that you had a risk via pre-ejaculate.

BUT. You've had four regular periods since and 6 negative pregnancy tests. One of each should be enough to tell you that you're not pregnant. There's absolutely no reason for you to worry about pregnancy at this point.

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I know I should no longer be worried, but I cant help it. Is there absolutley no way I am pregnant? For three months I have been worried non-stop. I just want it to be over.

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It's very clear that you are not pregnant.

But if the negative tests and the periods don't convince you (and they really should), you do have the option of seeing your OB/GYN or general doctor to verify that for you.

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Its just that ive read about how girls can have vaginal bleeding and mistake it for a period throughout thier pregnancy. And also that tests can be wrong. Another thing that is worrying me is that my stomach has been getting bigger latley and feels bloated all the time. how big would I be by 15 weeks?

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Both of those scenarios -- bleeding through a pregnancy at the exact times of a period, and getting a false negative -- are the exception, not the rule. And both happening, especially with several periods and several tests? Not at all likely.

At 15 weeks, you would have likely spent months before feeling really tired, often getting nauseated or sick, have had very tender breasts pretty constantly, a lot of mood swings, etc. Some women start to show at 15 weeks, others don't at all: there is a range because all pregnancies are different and women's bodies vary so much. Point is, though, this far into the game you'd have been feeling a lot more than merely bloated.

What you would NOT have had is four normal periods and many negative tests. truly. But if you remain unconvinced, it's probably time to just go to your doctor and ask for a doctor's test and to get a check-up.

I'd also suggest you stop reading about pregnancy: it sounds to me like you're freaking yourself out. If we obsess about the symptoms of anything it can be easy to convince ourselves we have it.

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okay but one last question. if I were pregnant and was starting to show would it jiggle when I hit it and would I be able to squeeze it together and suck it in, or would it be hard and firm?

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