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Forrest
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About 6 weeks ago i fingered my girlfriend, she gave me a ****, when fixing myself i got a tiny bit of precum on my finger, didnt wipe it off. Earlier that day i masturbated, anyway getting to the point i fingered her and a day later she start getting bloated with cramps, when the end of the month came she got her period when expected but this month so far she has put on a small amount of weight shes real fit so this is odd as she trains a lot, and started peeing more but turns out she went the doctor and had a bladder infection, i am freaking out still thinking she might be pregnant and i was just wondering if anyone could give me some advice as to weather she is pregnant or not ive read so much about people getting periods through pregnancy and all that, im getting her a test tomorrow either way but im still scared shitless, wouldnt she know after 6 weeks if she was? can anyone give me a quick answer, much appreciated thanks!

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Jay

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September
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This should help you figure out if what you did carried a pregnancy risk: Can I Get Pregnant, or Get or Pass On an STI From That?

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Johanna
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Forrest
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Im guessing it doesnt really pose a risk, i was wondering if its a good idea to just get a test? and if she went to the doctor because she was sore when she pee'd, he did say it was an infection but would you say he'd have ran a pregnancy test too?

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Jay

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Robin Lee
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Jay,

If, based on the article Joey linked you to, you determined there's no risk here, then a pregnancy test wouldn't be necessary, right?

And no, it's unlikely the doctor would run a pregnancy test unless your girlfriend specifically asked for one.

Also, if she got her period, that means she's not pregnant. [Smile]

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Robin

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Forrest
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Thanks a lot, i got a clear blue pregnancy test, she had the pee sample we did the test and it came up a negative line only a few seconds in, later that line went real dark so im guessing thats just a straight up not pregnant and i can stop worrying i guess?:-)

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Jay

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