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Dry humping, nausea, tiredness, stopped on eating, frequent urination, breast tenderness. Pregnant?

Hi, my bf and I had dry humping couple of times yesterday. He had 2 boxers on and shorts and I had my panties. We tried to make sure nothing came on me. The next day evening I started feeling nauseous and tired. After a day, I still felt slight nausea but whenever I ate something, it stopped. I urinate a lot too and feel tired. I belch a lot too. My breasts feel a little tender and nipples hurt(i think they hurt because of bf making out on them too much yesterday). Am I pergnant?
Asked On : Fri, 14 Sep 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016
Hello,

With above circumstances, chance of being pregnant is nil. Following any kind of sexual activity, general weakness is quite common. Sore breast and nipple may occur due to much handling.

Pregnancy depends on proper timing of ovulation & unprotected sex. Practice safe sex in future and wait for next coming period.

Good luck.
Answered: Wed, 19 Jun 2013
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