I had a sexual intercourse when I was not ovulating 3 days before my period, he never came in me it was really short he actually never came because I stopped him i didn't want anything to happen, i thought on taking the plan b pill for making sure but i had my period 3 or 2 days after that it lasted 5 days as normal i am not totally regular but im not irregular either. I haven't have any kind of symptom though im a really nervous person and I keep panicking about this, people tell me not to worry because if i was not ovulating, he did not came and I had my period there is not a possibility i could be pregnant, I decided to take a pregnancy test 3 weeks after and it came out negative then to make sure i took another one 3 days after and it was negative too and I still worry, my period is suppose to come today and it haven't came yet and my breast have been hurting the last week they always do because of PMS but it's been too long and my period have not came yet I am so worried please help me, what should i do? should i worry or should i take a 3rd test? please helpp!!
I'm hearing you make pretty clear you did not become pregnant.
You have had negative tests and your period: that teems us clearly you are not pregnant.
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