Ok my period is usually as punctual as clockwork, but perhaps due to stress of finishing my postgrad dissertation and my period finally came more than 2 weeks later..
Ok, so I jacked of my bf during the 3rd day of my period (and usually last day) and then washed my hands and wiped them off. After that, I fingered myself approx 2 hours later.
I know that my cycle is probably messed up due to the lack of sleep which is perhaps why my nipples started hurting yesterday. My breasts only usually start hurting like a week before I get my period but this time it's only been 15days since I got my period. Also I've put on 2 pounds in the past week.
I guess that pregnancy really isn't a possibility given the circumstances, but I really just need assurance from a sexpert!
I won't be needing a pregnancy test, would I? Hope to hear from you soon.
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You're absolutely right about pregnancy being an impossibility here - semen has to come in direct contact with your genitals to present a pregnancy risk, and that just didn't happen here. It sounds like you've been under a lot of stress lately, and that combined with the lack of sleep is probably why your cycle is a bit out of whack right now. Give your body and your mind some time to de-stress, and your cycle should go back to normal.
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