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  • Can I be Pregnant?

    I had my last period on 7 feb, my bf touched me around my vagina around 18 feb and he didn't ejaculate,i don't think he did even touch his penis, still i am worried about getting pregnant (I read somewhere that pre cum can lead to pregnancy, even though he was wearing his shorts and undies).

    Day before yesterday I got my period but my period is light compared to normal periods. Today I only got about 3 4 drops of period blood and the previous two days flow was a bit more but was less than my usual period.

    I read online that this can be implantation bleeding, even though i checked that the color of bleeding was normal period blood.

    I am a freaking out right now (I am a virgin), kindly advise.

  • It is highly unlikely that you are pregnant, given what you have said here. Hormones are wonderful things and if you are just becoming sexually active (and by this I mean heavy petty verging on the intercourse) your hormones could be raging. Raging hormones can and will cause variances with your body systems including your periods.

    I am going to encourage you to now take precautions for the future. Keep condoms on hand, always practise safe sex and keep track of when you may ovulate and refrain from having any type of contact (such as you describe above) in order to prevent pregnancy.

    Sex is a wonderful act and beautiful to experience but you don't want to worry as you are doing now, each time you have some type of physical contact. Please read up or speak to someone that will give you factual data on your body, his body and actual intercourse.
    That which we forget may as well never really happened.

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