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mw0210
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Long story short, I gave my boyfriend a blowjob and we made out and he ate me out and fingered me and I was scared that I was pregnant from the possibility that sperm might have been transferred from my mouth to his to my vagina. It's been three weeks since then and I took two pregnancy tests yesterday and they both came out negative. However, my period is 9 days late. I had some gel-like brown discharge 10 days ago and I'm not sure what it was. The only symptoms I've had that are related to pregnancy symptoms are sore breasts, headaches, mood swings, and missing/late period. I've read online that people who took multiple pregnancy tests than came out negative and ended up being pregnant. Could the pregnancy tests I took be inaccurate?

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Edith_*
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As long as you followed the instructions of the tests you can trust the results but if you feel like you just can't then you can always re-test or even go to a healthcare provider in person to get tested.

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Heather
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Just to be clear, while what you are posting about can pose risks of STIs, it is not a way a person can become pregnant.

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