So I have had sex with my boyfriend one time. But he has stuck the tip in twice. I know he could of came, but not sure if he did. Ive been having these pains in my upper abdomen, mostly after I eat for about a week now. Two days ago he had fingered me and in the morning I woke up with a little bit of blood in my panties. I thought I was just starting my period, so I put a pad on and havent had any blood since then. Im supposed to start my period tomorrow but I usually get backaches before I get it, and I havent. So I have a feeling that I am pregnant but not really sure. Tomorrow I am going to take a couple of pregnancy tests. But until then, any comments of help or suggestions BESIDES taking a test?
Comment: sounds like you will start period tomorrow.
Suggestion: Please do yourself a favor and use a condom EVERY time. Condoms not only help prevent unplanned pregnancy, they help protect against sexually transmitted diseases. Your partner can have an STD and not even know it. STDs can cause long term pain, disability, infertility and even death. You owe it to yourself to protect yourself. You are WORTH protecting.
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