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miaaaaaaa
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Okay yall... So I posted the other day saying that I was scared that I was at risk for pregnancy. I read the article that you can NOT get pregnant with your clothes on, so the stress was away. But last night I noticed my (sorry if this is TMI, but its has to be said) nipples were slightly bigger and a little darker. It's only been 2 weeks since the incident. My period should be in about 11 days now. I don't know if that has to do with pms or what... i am so scared. Im only 16. This scared me out of doing anything for a while. I also think maybe my paranoia has gotten the best of me and every little stomach ache or back ache, I associate it with pregnancy!!!!!! Ugh [Frown]
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Molias
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How about you take a DEEP breath, and read through this article: Chicken Soup for the Pregnancy Symptom Freakout's Soul
The answers you got for your last question aren't going to change, no matter how your nipples might look right now. Have you thought about contacting a doctor for this issue and the ones you described in your thread from yesterday?

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I haven't thought about that. I'm just freaking out
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Molias
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Have you read through that article I linked above? What sort of things do you generally do to calm down when you're worrying about something? Can you give yourself the space to do some of that now?

We've provided the information here and in your last thread that you need to know what your risk level is; now it's up to you to believe that information and take steps to move forward.

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I know. im just so paranoid. We dry humped while I was wearing clothes but he wasn't. The article says if atleast one partner is dressed, then the risk is 0... I just need to believe that and move on. I'm having some pms right now so all thats doing is giving me more reason to believe I'm pregnant. Thank you for talking to me. The reassurance is great on this site... I just need to take my mind off of it & realize there's no way I'm pregnant
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