The first day of my last period was on 5/05, and my cycle is usually pretty regular, so I should get my next period in the next day or 2. I had unprotected sex the night of 26. I was sure it was too early to test, but I tested negative last night, and today this morning when I went to the restroom, it was pink when i wiped but I'm not really bleeding like I was starting my period. I'm not sure if i would have been ovulating at that time, it was 17 days after the end of my period. He did pull out, but I know that there is still a chance of pre-cum since we were fooling around a bit before actual intercourse. I don't know if I am just imagining things, but my nipples have been slightly tender, my energy level has dropped, and have had trouble sleeping for a few nights. Is it too soon to even be noticing these things or am i just paranoid? Should I test again or just take the negative as that?View Thread
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