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We had sex about a month ago to the day.  She is now 10 days late on her period and complains of consistent, sharp stomach pain, nausea, gurgling in her uterus and ovaries (over the entire month), head aches, and white and brown vaginal discharges.  She went to her OBGYN three weeks AFTER we had sex and took a urine pregnancy test, NOT a home pregnancy test and NOT a blood test, which came up negative, but I'm worried that this could have been too early for an accurate test.  When we had sex, we used condoms which had been in a hot car for a while, but they didn't break (Iexplicitly checked) and I did not ejaculate in her when wearing the condom.  In addition, she takes birth control somewhat consistently (basically everyday at night, not at the exact same time).  She stresses herself out every time we have sex, and nearly convinces herself that she is pregnant, and I usually pay little attention to it, due to the fact that she always stresses about being pregnant, though she has never been 10 days late on her period, which is cause for concern.  She has recently been somewhat more stressed due to financial issues and such which could be a cause for her late period, and also her OBGYN informed her that she had a thin uterus lining, which is why she was tested for pregnancy in the first place.  Despite the condom and negative test, could she still be pregnant?  Please help.

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It is really so extremely unlikely that she could be pregnant - birth control, condom, negative pregnancy test... Yes, three weeks are enough time for urine pregnancy test to be reliable because in order to get pregnant not only should you two had unprotected sex, but your girlfriend would have to be ovulating at that time (and birth control pills prevent pregnancy by stopping the ovulation), so three weeks after that ovulation are the time to test for pregnancy. But she didn't ovulate and sex was protected. And the thing is, irregularities in taking BC pills can cause spotting/discharge - even the pills themselves combined with over-stressing can do that. I think it would help ease her mind to take another test again - by now, any kind of pregnancy test would be positive (even tough it won't be, considering all).
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