Okay, so on the 24th of Dec my boyfriend gave me manual sex and I gave him oral sex afterwards. He told me he didn't have pre or cum on his fingers. And yes I was also sure of that. I was supposed to have my period that time at the 29th but it came on the 3rd of Jan instead (I have irregular cycles). But before I got my period I was fatigued (PMS I think). 2 weeks after my period ended I had nausea and sensitivitt of smell and sore breasts and bloating.. Byt before all of those symptoms showed, I was already preg scared (Idk y) then the symptoms showed. Are these bc of stress? Please tell me. I start expecting my periond in like 20 days after my last one ended and the 20th day was jan 29. (Like i said i have irregular cycles so it doesn't show at the same range of days every month. I sometimes have 24 day cycle sometimes 29 I even have 35 days) Now I'm nervous bc still period is no show and It's Feb 2. (24 days since end of last cycle) Am I okay? I know its no risk bc we didnt have genital contact or anything that can cause pregnancy but im scared help. Why am I having these symptoms?
I hear you saying you know the activities you did have no risk of pregnancy but still, you are scared. I don't think I can say much besides what you already said: "You didn't have genital contact" which is how a pregnancy happens.
Having a period is a clear sign you are not pregnant, and as you said here, you already had one. We can't tell you why you are having these "symptoms". It can be PMS, yes, or it could by something else. The only person who can give you a diagnose is a healthcare provider IN person.
I can see you already know your cycles are irregular. Here is a good article I think it can be useful:
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