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Hey, thanks for taking the to read this...
Well, for most of the duration between the 14th Feb. To the 21st Feb. My boyfriend came to my house to stay and spend time with me. (We're in a long distance relationship). During that time we did do some stuff, in a sexual manner
For instance, he did finger me some times during the week, but I'm scared about a session we had. I touched the tip of his penis at one point and touched myself, but did not insert fingers into myself.
I didn't think much of it when it happened, but since he's been gone, I just can't stop over thinking. I know that there wasn't much risk for pregnancy, as I have read some of your threads - But I can't stop convincing myself that I am.
I'm honestly trying my hardest to let this go, but without him here I just can't stop thinking about what we have done, and I just don't mean in a sexual manner. I'm obviously just scared about the pre-ejaculation that was present at the tip of his penis.
I would also like to mention that I did have a period whilst he was here. This period lasted from the 14th Feb. to the 20th Feb. I do understand that I was unable to become pregnant on my period, but I also acknowledge the fact that this is a myth as you can get pregnant, whilst on your period. (My apologies if that didn't make sense).
Anyway, that's all I wanted to explain, now my question is... Is there a risk that I could be pregnant? If so, what are the possibilities?

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People can become pregnant from sexual activity during menstruation, but it has to be the kind of activity that can realistically result in pregnancy, and I do not see you reporting any of that.

Have you already read information on the main site that addresses your questions and concerns here, like this piece:

And since you say you are convinced you are pregnant, have you taken the first step of taking a pregnancy test to see if looking at that negative result has any impact on this thinking?

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