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It seems I've been placed on a 15-day waiting list for psychiatric assistance for the issue mentioned here:

Like I said before, I fingered my ex with cum still on my hands a few minutes after ejaculation, and she's had two periods- one 4 weeks after, one 2 weeks after that- both regular duration and flow, with my assumption that she has had a third now that three months have passed.

What should I do to calm my nerves until my appointment date, or do I have some reason I should be worrying?

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We have already given you plenty of resources in that previous thread, so if you want to you can go back and reread that. Nothing we could say now would contain any new information.

I think your time would be better spent trying to focus on yourself, rather than these worriees. Have you seen this article yet?

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