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Had partially unprotected sex. Stomach discomfort, nausea, bloating. Pregnant?

Hi. I am an 18 yr old virgin . Before new years, my boyfriend and I sorta had masturbation. We got naked, fingured but was no penetration. M not sure if he ejaculated. Since that day, ive been feelind funny in my stomach , feel nausea sometimes and bloated. My period was 2 weeks late, it came from 5th to 10th jan. I am now a week late and feel tired, bloated, nausea, funny pains in my tummy. Could i be pregnant or it can just be pcos which my doc told me i might have a year ago. I am too scared to take a pregnancy test .
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Jun 2013
Hi there ~

It can be really scary to have these things happen to you when you are doing it the first time around. I would still advise you to get a urine pregnancy test done. Once you do it you will find out if you are or are not pregnant. I suggest that you also visit with a physician to find out if you have anything going on in your tummy. I believe that the physician should be doing an ultrasound test of your abdomen to find out if there is any pathology that needs to be treated. I hope this helps and please have protected sex if you really want to.

Take care of yourself and have a lovely day !
Answered: Mon, 18 Feb 2013
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