I was fooling around with my boyfriend & got sperm on my vulva we didn't have sex though. Two days later my normal period came and lasted four days. A week after I bled again for our days very light though only needing a liner. It was brown on day 1, bright red on day 2, and light pink on days 3 and 4. I'm not on birth control and my periods are always normal. Could I be pregnant?
All you can do is wait and test. The fact that you had a normally timed period (that was of a normal length) after the unprotected contact suggests you had not recently ovulated when the sperm met the vagina. However, bleeding again is puzzling. Did you have any contact that could explain the second bleeding, like fingering? I don't see the second bleeding as indicative of pregnancy, but it is a bit unusual. Test in about a week and see where you are.
You should get a reliable result with an early-results test at about two and a half, or possibly at the latest three, weeks from the unprotected contact. Test first thing in the morning, follow the instructions, don't read it after the prescribed time or the evaporation lines will be confusing. Good luck.
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