My bf and I had unprotected sex on Feb 14th but he did not ejaculate inside of me. Exactly a week later my bf and I had sex again on the 21st with a condom. Unfortunately the condom got stuck inside of me for a couple hours as I had to wait a while in the ER to be seen. He did not ejaculate in the condom but im pretty sure there might have been pre ***. I took a pregnancy test on the 26th or the 27th. Both came back negative but the first one I didnt do correctly and the second one I didnt wait until the first pee of the morning. I had what felt like a regular period, although it was 3 days late on March 4-7th. Over this past weekend I have been feeling extremely hungry. I would eat a burger and a lot of fries and then an hour or two later i was hungry again. This happened all weekend and I am feeling the same right now. I had backaches this morning, stomach cramps at times, a little nausea today right after eating and have been very tired all day. Is there any possibility that I could be pregnant?View Thread
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