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I had unprotected sex for 10 seconds last month and the guy didnt ejaculate and i got my periiod a few days later. my period was heavy and lasted for 5 days. right now im due for my period. eysterday i masturbated and i started bleeding fairly heavy so i thought my period was starting.a few hours later i only had brown dishcharge and now nothing at all. so my period essentially didnt really come on after the blood and brown discharge. i thought since i had a full blown period im not pregnant? but this is freaking me out. im terrfied to buy a test i threw up in the pharmacy because of nerves i cant do it i thought i was safe. is the discharge i sign my real period will be starting soon????
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Since you got your last period, and it sounds like it was a normal period for you, you can assume you're not pregnant. (In addition, the risk you described would have been a low one.) The bleeding you experienced yesterday could be the beginning of your period - sometimes they can take awhile to get going - or could be from masturbation (it's possible to nick yourself with a fingernail, or irritate genital tissue by not using enough lube).

Either way, your last period indicates that you are not pregnant. You can test if you want, but I don't really see a need for it here.

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(Karybu beat me to it! [Smile] )

Hi, Lucki. It is safe to say that you are not pregnant from this incident because you cannot be pregnant and still have a period.

Our bodies aren't machines, so sometimes periods will not act the same from month to month; they may be lighter, heavier, start at different times, look different, etc. Your stress in the situation could be a factor, as well.

Keep in mind though that any unprotected genital contact can be grounds for STI transmission, so if you're not up to date with your STI tests (your partner, too) it would be a good time to do that. Next time to keep yourself protected and from worrying, make sure you have a condom handy!

[ 02-02-2010, 09:18 PM: Message edited by: Horizon ]

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