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ocdrill
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Hello,
Sorry to bother this staff again, but I have a very odd question.
So a while ago, I gave my bf a handjob and he ejaculated but my hand didn't get wet because I pulled it away. Later I went to the bathroom and wiped without washing my hands. I was on birth control, and when I went off it, I had my period (clots, heavy bleeding, cramps, etc.) I was a little paranoid so took a preggo test at 3 weeks, in the afternoon. I was just starting to calm down and believe I was not pregnant, but recently, I have one dilemma.
I'm not entirely sure why but I have to use the restroom VERY OFTEN. It is very annoying, but I read it is a symptom of pregnancy. I'm a little bloated, and it feels weird down there. However I'm not entirely sure what to do now, because I don't think I am pregnant, and I don't want to waste much money on more tests.
Is this a serious indicator? Do I need to do something? Or could it be something else?

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As you already know, you are not pregnant. You did not have a risk from the situation you describe, you were taking birth control at the time, and you have had a negative pregnancy test.

Frequent urination can be a symptom of a UTI, so I suggest you make an appointment to be seen by your doctor.

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ocdrill
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Okay, I will do that right now. I really appreciate the help, and also the kindness, not treating me stupid or making me feel dumb. Thank you SOOOO much!
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ocdrill
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Okay so I don't think it was a UTI because it went away on its own, but I am still bloated and kinda chubby. What do you think caused this, and do I need to be worried?
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Bloating can be caused by any number of things. It wouldn't hurt to get checked out by your doctor even though your frequent urination has gone - sometimes symptoms of an infection disappear even though the infection itself doesn't, so you may still have something going on that needs treatment.

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