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Alright so back in march I had a pregnancy risk. Actually I'm not too sure it was but I had very limited genital to genital contact and some ejaculate on my stomach.. not near my vagina. Anyways In the morning I started freaking out and searched everything up on google which really scared me. I took plan b within 36 hours. Since then I've had 3 periods.. these were kind of lighter than usual, especially the last one. I've also had 7 negative pregnancy tests. the last one being yesterday. if I was pregnant if be over 19 weeks pregnant. Everyone's told me there no way but I'm still scared and can't get over this. most people would be over it but I'm not because I've had symptoms. I've had sore breasts on and off and I think they've gotten bigger. I had frequent urination and now my stomach has a bump... hopefully bloating? I just wanted to know if I could be this far along and not know? I've also had 7 pregnancy tests so is that a for sure sign by now that I'm not?
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