My life just keeps getting more confusing! I really need some expert advice here! Okay, here it goes..January 7th my boyfriend and I had sex the condom broke but he didnt ejaculate..but i know there is still a possibility of pregnancy! I took a test Monday morning and it was negative! I was supposed to start my period Saturday and I still havent..sometimes it feels like i have started but when i go to the bathroom i find out that its just gooey discharge! Whats wrong with me? Am I pregnant..I am under lots of stress right now with school, pleasing my parents, and with my period being late, so it could be stress! ohhh..i forgot i am having cramps, just not the period! But what do you think i should do? Should I take another test?
[This message has been edited by almost_famous (edited 02-05-2003).]
if the "incident" occured on jan 7, then a pregnancy test will read acurately for you. as for missing a period, stress can cause you to miss a period, so if you want to verify the results, then you can take another home preg. test to be sure.
if you haven't done so already, you and your boyfriend really should go get tested for STDs. Even if you think you don't need to, your really should anyway. It's a healthy and responsible habit.
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