no period, neg pregnancy test, but possible swollen abdomen
My bf and I often have outercourse. He rarely ejaculates, and I don't ever remembering him doing that any where near the vagina. My last period was mid-April, and now it is almost mid-July. I took serveral different kinds of home pregnancy tests, and each came out negative. However, I am know thinking that my abdomen has that "bump" and occassionally have dull back pains, I have had some vaginal discharge, but no other symptoms. Both of which I am not sure if it is because I am imagining it. I know you can miss periods when you are stressed, which I am now, but I have had stress before and my periods stayed. Could I be pregnant?
well, if the all the tests came out negative I do not think you should worry about pregnancy ,, you could say that maybe one of them was not good,,but not all of them ,(I am guessing that you also had a test in july ) .. try not to worry too much and take care!!
Well I don't know what outercourse means- do you mean intercourse?
A swollen abdomen does not mean pregnancy as the uterus stays tucked under the pubic bone until 12 weeks pregnant. A swollen abdomen could be the sign of a problem with your bowels or any other number of issues.
Also, you can begin to have phantom pregnancy symptoms if you've convinced yourself you're pregnant.
If pregnancy isn't something you want in your immediate future I'd definitely consider birth control as there is pre-ejaculate that contains sperm (men don't feel it when they pre-ejaculate).
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