I dont know where to start... Im actyally worried about myself i dont know whats going on with my body. I have an irregular cycle and i havent gotten my period for 5 months (yikes )
So last two weeks ive realised that i have a white egg consistency vaginal discharge and my breasts were sore so i assumed i was ovulating. And now im waiting for my period since ive already have the signs of menses...
Im really really worried because my lower left abdomen is slightly bigger than the right but im so sure that im not pregnant because the only sexual activities that ive done doesnt involved any bare genital touching.
The closest ive gotten is mutual masturbation, oral and dry humping (either one of us with clothes on) and both scenarios doesnt pose any risks right? I talked about this with my boyfriend but he said that im just overreacting. I dont know am i?
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Dry humping with clothes on does not pose a pregnancy risk. Neither does mutual masturbation or oral sex.
Has your period ever been absent for this long?
Whenever something strange happens with our bodies over an extended period of time, it's a good idea to consult a health care professional. Do you have a doctor you can go see to get yourself checked out?
Nothing you've said raises alarm bells for pregnancy, but it's a good idea to make sure you don't have any other health conditions going on.
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I dont think so. The longest was 4 months... I do but im scared like what if im actually pregnant? But then i know im not... Guess im just stressing this out.
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