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guitar123
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Ive been dating my girlfriend for about a year now last friday(which is also about a week before her period) i began to finger her quite aggressively, but she wasnt dry at all...afterwards we saw some brown/somewhat pink blood coming from her vagina....she had this blood for 2 days straight...we had sex about 5 times this month with a condom and pulling out with the condom at the same time...she wasnt worried about pregnancy until she missed her period today and has shown no sign of her period coming(cramps and breaking out)..she has been stressed due to midterms and has been EXTREMELY fatigued in the past 2 weeks..IM REALLY WORRIED shes pregnant...shes usually almost never late on her period...please help!
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Welcome,

Stress can play a major role with late and missing periods. Also, lack of adequate sleep can play a role too. It sounds like the chances of pregnancy are very slim since you have been using both condoms and the withdraw method together. You can always have her take a pregnancy test; they can be used when a period is late and/or 10-14 days after the last possible pregnancy risk. Here are a couple of articles that may be of some help.

M.I.A or, Dude, Where's My Period?
Pregnancy Scared?

By the way, please do not double post. Also, when posting your own questions you should always start a new topic (like this one) instead of jumping on someone else’s thread because your question may not be seen in a timely manor and it isn’t polite either. Feel free to comment on other threads,out side of the Expert Advice section, when appropriate. [Smile]

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any insight on the the bleeding my have been?
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insight of what the bleeding may have been**
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It could have been a short period.

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I am expecting my period on 4/17 (34 day cycle). I had sex March 26th and April 9th, with condoms and he ejaculated long after he pulled out. On 4/11, my boyfriend fingered me. Yesterday I had bright red discharge, nothing this morning, and then earlier in the evening I had stringy dark brown discharge. My period isn't due for 5 more days. I thought it was just maybe from a scrape that could've happened if he fingered me too roughly but I'm still getting discharge today, like I said. Is there any possibility that I could be pregnant and it's implantation bleeding?
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I'm sorry I posted on this question, I didn't know how to post in another topic.
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It sounds like you were properly using the withdrawal method so your risk is low. It sounds like it could simply be your period coming early.

I the future, all you need to do is click on the “new topic” icon to start your own thread. [Smile]

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Thank you so much! And I feel like an idiot... woke up with my regular flow period.

Thank you so much!

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People get scared, it happens.

But since you clearly were pretty scared, do you want to talk about methods of preventing pregnancy which are more effective and reliable than withdrawal and condoms? Backing up condom use with a method more effective and foolproof than condoms, rather than less, might leave you feeling a whole lot better.

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