I know this story will sound dumb, but I'm still worried.
I've never had 'sex-sex' (aka, no penis), however, my boyfriend (now ex) has fingered me on a few occasions. Sometimes before, he would have pre-cum and sometimes semen on his hands that he always wiped off on a towel. In hind sight, I'm not 100% positive he didn't have any semen on his fingers.
The times this happened where mid-October, early November, and early-December.
After the early-December incident, I decided I wasn't thrilled with the hygiene of the fingering and took Plan B abt 18 hours after the incident. About a week after I took it, I had 3 days of heavy-heavy bleeding, along with my regularly scheduled period that happened about 2 weeks after that.
I've continually had my period--it's heavy and comes regularly. In the meantime, I've lost a few pounds, and my stomach is flat. So, basically, normal, yes?
However, as of lately, I've had a drastic (I'm talking every 30 minutes) need to urinate. Also, I feel like light pressure on my stomach--not painful, just that I can feel it. And lastly, not to brag (really, I'm an A cup at 19, so I don't have much haha) but my breasts seem... fuller? A month ago, I had strange, non itchy rashes that have thankfully vanished.
Scariest of all, my first period after the October instance came about a week late; however, it did come, after I drank tons and tons of parsley tea and gorged on vitamin C.
I've taken at-home pregnancy tests in late October, mid-November, late November, and late December (I had ceased sexual activities for almost a month), and they're all negative. My cycle's about every 23 days, 7 days of oh-so-heavy bleeding.
Maybe I'm paranoid, but I'd like other opinions. I'm in university and I CANNOT. have a kid. I'm embarrassed to see a doctor (I'm out of state, and don't know where to go). I'm rather irrationally scared and don't know what to do. Maybe I should take a blood test? Would that help? Or do I need an ultrasound? Where do you even get those??? What do you think?
Try another pregnancy test and if that's still negative you really need to see a doctor and explain your situation hun.