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      I know there are a lot of posts in this forum about girls asking if they are pregnant or not. I hate to sound stupid but i have the same question. I havn’t had a period for nearly 3 months, and am not on the pill or any other medications that could effect my period.

      In the last two weeks i have had some tendernes in my nipples, i feel like i am bloated all the time and my pants are feeling tight around the middle! (I have been eating more lately so that might be the explaination for that) I have an increase in vaginal discharge and just ‘feel’ pregnant. I don’t know if i could be one of the rare people that can get pregnant from a man’s pre-cum, as my fiance hasn’t officially ejaculated inside me.

      I have done three tests and they have all been negative. I am waiting for the results of a blood test and i am booked in for a U/S. Im not sure if im overreacting though… do i have reason to think im pregnant?



        It is possible to get pregnant from sprem in pre-ejaculate. The symptoms you are describing sound like they could be pregnancy symptoms, especially since you haven’t had a period in three months. However home pregnancy tests are usually pretty accurate. If you had three negative tests maybe there is another explaination for the changes in your body. I don’t think you are overreacting. Blood tests are more accurate than urine tests. I have heard of women who were pregnant but never got a postive reading with urine tests. The ultrasound might detect other problems, such as cysts or other problems. Several years ago I had an ultrasound done because I was having pain and the doctor wanted to find out more with what was going on in my reproductive and digestive systems. I wasn’t pregnant, it turned out that I had irritable bowel syndrome actually. Best Wishes.


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