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Lemia
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So here's the thing I met this guy who seemed like a good guy but after a week of getting to know him I invited him to my house to hang out while I was home alone since my mom can be really strict and doesn't let me hang out with people well when I invited him to my house right away he pulled his shorts down and forced me to stroke his penis and then he rubbed my vagina when I touched his penis the tip was wet and after a while he pretty much ejected a little bit not a lot and it went on the space between my thumb and the finger next to it not on my finger tips at all. But he left after a while and I carried on with my day and mostly touched things and then maybe two hours later I fingered myself without washing my hands yeah I know big mistake but if it happened maybe thirty minutes to two hours later wouldn't that mean it dried up and mostly died? I also remember taking a shower that night after I masturbated so would that have washed the sperm away? This happened on may 19th. I've been really paranoid which most likely means I'm not ready for sexual activity at all. This was the first time I did something like this and won't do it until I'm ready. I'm just so afraid of being pregnant. My period was on June 2nd it started out brown then became rich in blood color but it was strange because it was so light and I wasn't feeling too much pain that I usually do but this period did last the usual 6 days. My periods are nowhere near regular but the last time I had a period that was normal to me was on April 24. The period I had on June 2nd would come out if I peed or wiped or if I showered I'd have a lot of blood clots. I put a pad on to see how heavy the flow was and i would just need to have to change a pad once or twice a day. Maybe this was a period and I have nothing to worry about but I feel so much guilt for what I did that I'm fearing I'm pregnant. I went to the emergency on June 10 since I was having some abdominal pain and pain in rib cage on just my left side. I peed in the cup and my mom wanted to explain to the lady that I was having a strange period this month and the doctor said "Oh she's not pregnant" which really did ease my mind but I ended up having a uti and was prescribed antibiotics for the uti a laxative for my constipation and some ibprofen. Ive been taking it all for three days now and well I feel okay but whenever I feel like vomiting but I don't vomit. When I eat I feel so bloated and I don't understand why. My stomach has felt so tight and hard and I heard it could be pregnancy but the guy that I did that with said he did not cum at all so I don't understand what to think. I don't have any tender breasts and I haven't thrown up at all.
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Hi Lemia,

Welcome to scarleteen. We'd really appreciate it if you read this:

This Is Your Pregnancy Scare Answer

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