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Am I pregnant?!!!

I'm 20 and virgin . I haven't had penetrative sex yet. Last week around 15 and 16 I had dry humping with my boyfriend without penetration. He put on his condom but I was wondering if I could get pregnant from fingering or rubbing.

So,I checked myself with home pregnancy test on 31st oct and it showed negative. But later that night, I had unusual brown discharge which I never had before. It keeps flowing till today (2nd Oct ) but that brown spotting didn't actually fill a pad. My next period should start around 3rd or 4th. So, I'm wondering whether it comes before period or instead of period. I'm worried that might be implantation bleeding.

I'm also having lower abdominal cramp when I suddenly lay down or get up, and frequent urinating too. I can't ask my problems to my mom or other female around me bcuz I've grown up in a conservative country where sex before marriage is taboo. I feel anxious and regretful about my actions too. Please kindly answer my concerns. Thank you all.
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Nope, dry humping will NEVER get you pregnant nor will fingering or rubbing.  Just intercourse with a penis in your vagina results in pregnancy.  NO WORRIES, sweetie.  Periods can be late all the time due to stress, illness, changes in routine, weight gain or loss, etc.  Hormones fluctuate and we will be late.  We may have spotting.  That's all part of being irregular and the younger you are, the more irregularity you may see.  So, no worries.  I expect you probably got your period by now.  
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