I read a lot about women who had regular periods for months without realizing they were pregnant.
I’m 18 and lost my virginity to my long term boyfriend in March. I would say I was ovulating around 12-14th but didn’t realize it then. On the 13th, he slipped it in two times without but we stopped since we got paranoid.
On the 14th, we had protected sex and that was basically our first time. Out of anxiety, I just decided to take a plan b on the 15th.
Days later on the 19th, we had sex again. We started using condom at first but he was on medication for asthma so he kept losing his erection which made the condom come off(we tried two times). So we went on without it but it didn’t go in for long since his medication was too strong so after a few minutes of doing it, we stopped. He bought a plan b after ten minutes and I took it.
On the 27th of March, two days earlier than expected, I got my “period” which was lighter than usual but not a big deal since I still used about two big pads a day. After reading that people could still be pregnant with a period, I decided to take two pregnancy tests(first response) on the 4th of April and one(clear blue) on the 12th, all were negative.
I got my period on the 26th of April and the 27th of May. These were almost like my usual period length and heaviness. Just out of an anxiety attack, I took two clear blue digital tests on the 4th and 5th of June, both negative. And on the 10th of June, I took the first repose three pack one which were all negative. I also got my period yesterday on the 26th of June. All the tests I took were from the morning pee.
I won’t say I had any symptoms. If I were pregnant, I’d be about 17 weeks so I kept checking to see if I could feel the uterus but nothing. All I feel is itchiness and tickling on the outside of my stomach. I just have major anxiety and would love to hear from people. I am also not currently in the US, and getting a blood test would be very difficult so hence why I’m here.
What do you all say about this? I would appreciate some reassurance or even advice.