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Continuous vaginal bleeding after sex. Am I pregnant?

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I am a virgin and my boyfriend and I were fooling around last week, he didnt cum inside my vagina(we didnt have intercourse),however he did around my stomach and since then i've been getting vaginal bleeding (brownish red) and I am scared...last month however my period(17 may) lasted for only 3 days and articles said that this could be left over blood and the rest said it could be pregnancy..i dono what to do, the bleeding has been happening for 5 days now, I'm worried I could be pregnant, please help?

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Hello,
Thank you for your query at DoctorSpring.com
I have read your query and I do understand your concern.
Pregnancy can't happen without intercourse. And you mentioned you are a virgin. Even if our boyfriend ejaculates around your stomach or close proximity to your vagina, pregnancy won't occur till intercourse actually occurs. So, please do not worry.
The brownish blood can be due to the left over blood, however, I recommend you get a physical examination done by a gynecologist. But from my side, I can assure you, you are not pregnant.
Regards.


Patient replied :

Thank you for your promt, reply, but on the intenet i read that this could happen in rare cases that virgins can get pregnant without an intercourse, thats why i got scared and also the brown blood matches implantation bleeding, so Im scared.


There are lots of articles which can confuse you.
Please do not consider that.
You are definitely not pregnant.
Also, implantation bleeding lasts a day not 5 days.
Regards.


Patient replied :

Dear Doctor,
Does this mean I will not get my next period?
I didnt mention that I have been hitting the GYM recently, so could this be the reason, because this is the first time I have that kind of bleeding.
Regards,


Hello,
This needs investigations like your FSH and LH levels.
Gym is not the reason here.
You will get your period, but it might be delayed.
Regards.


Patient replied :

Dear doctor,
I am glad it is not pregnancy, however should I be concerned is this bleeding not normal, however my biggest concern is pregancy right now :(, thank you very much for your help you are great.


Thank You for your kind gesture.
You are definitely not pregnant.
Regards.


Dr. Aarti Vazirani
Category: Infertility Specialist
Experience: 
Residency: Obstetrics & Gynecolog, BJMC,Civil hospital, Ahmedabad, 2008
Post Graduate: MS (Obstetrics & Gynecology), B.J. Medical College, Ahmedabad, 2008
Medical School: MBBS, B.J. Medical College, Ahmedabad, 2004
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