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I have been fingered, but never had sex. But one of my periods came a week early right after I had a ct scan, I'm wondering if that had anything to do with it. I've still been getting my periods, and they have been heavy and bright red. I have been getting headaches, UTIs, and constipated a lot lately, but IBS runs in my family so that could be that. My stomach is sort of hard right around my belly button, but I think it's poop. Have had nausea a lot, just a couple times. Been getting heartburn a lot too, and indegestion. I'm 14 if that helps
If you haven't actually had sex you won't be pregnant just by being fingered. Sounds like you are having some IBS symptoms? Keep in mind though, that if your boyfriend enters you with his penis and he doesn't come, you can still get pregnant that way to if you don't use any protection, so please be careful. I don't know your situation, but being that you're 14, getting pregnant may not be the best idea. Good Luck with everything :-)
Hey, I know I don't want to be pregnant until I'm like, around 30 if I even have kids :) I think it's the ibs because my stomach is a lot softer now that I'm pooping a bit more. I was thinking it may be too much gluten?
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