I think that the brownish spotting is just related to the irregular periods you've been having.
There is no chance that you're pregnant from his penis tip touching you.
Spotting is not unusual in a woman with irregular periods. If it's prolonged, then see your doctor to help resolve it. Otherwise it will likely resolve itself. Best wishes.
There is no way it can be implantation bleeding.
Precum on the vaginal entrance with no insertion cannot cause pregnancy.
Correct. Implantation bleeding occurs about 1 week before a period is due.
I don't think there is any need for a pregnancy test. You can't be pregnant.
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If you're not using something for birth control, I would recommend that you do. With your irregular periods, it's hard to know when you're fertile and whether a missed period means anything or not.
If you've been having sex and your period is late, then do a pregnancy test. If you haven't had intercourse, then pregnancy is highly unlikely.
As long as you haven't had sex since your last period, you can't be pregnant.
Women sometimes miss periods, especially when their periods haven't been regular.
To be certain, I would do a pregnancy test. As long as it's negative, you're not pregnant.
If it didn't act like a normal period, it might just be bleeding.
Usually a woman will have symptoms by 2 months. But the way to be sure is with a pregnancy test.
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Whenever a woman has irregular periods it becomes more difficult to say with certainty that she is or is not pregnant based solely on her history. This is because the usual criteria of counting days, etc.are not as exact. So a urine pregnancy test done now, 2 months after your last sexual encounter, will be fairly accurate and can resolve this question quite quickly. And it will get rid of the guess work, which is all that one can do given your information.
That said, the fact that your PMS symptoms resolved with the ending of the period goes with that being a menstrual period and it is more likely that you are not pregnant.
The missing of your period recently however supports that you may be pregnant. So to rest you mind I strongly recommend you take a urine pregnancy test (UPT). The UPT are obtained over the counter, no need for a prescription, and are fairly accurate if a period is late by more than 10 days.
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You are using data for women who have regular periods. As I mentioned in my answer, this is hard to do for someone who has irregular periods. Precum has sperm so you can still get pregnant, many women still believe precum will not lead to a pregnancy,. I have had too many pregnant women who have gotten pregnant this way.
About 25% of women never have symptoms of pregnancy until mid second trimester. Because every women is different, and symptoms amount, severity etc, can be different for women in subsequent pregnancies, you can not be absolutely sure. If this is your first pregnancy if you are pregnant you cannot compare yourself to friends. Remember everyone is different, and each woman experiences her pregnancy different from the next woman. Tolerance of symptoms vary widely.
I understand that your family is religious however you can still take a urine pregnancy test on your own without your family knowing. You can do the urine pregnancy at a friends house, you family doesn't have to know. You can collect the first urine sample in a container and test it later at work.
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Yes it can
I understand you are worried, and you will probably continue to worry until you know for sure whether you are or not pregnant. This worry is not helping you and is distracting you from living and enjoying your life at the moment.
While I wish I could tell you with certainty that you are not pregnant or that you are, I can not. The different possibilities to explain the events surrounding your menstrual irregularities exist to different degrees. The only constant information that can be provided will be the results of a UPT. Within 5 minutes you could have your answer with much certainty.
If you are pregnant, then yes implantation bleeding generally happens (if it happens at all) about 21-24 days after getting pregnant. No definite date of a pregnancy can now be given due to your history of irregular periods but it is safe to say it was within the 1-3 days of your last sexual encounter. A missed period is always a possibility.
So at this point all I can say, if you are not going to take my recommendation is to wait ans see if your next period returns.
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