I really hope you answer my question, because I literally think I’m going crazy. Please. Here it goes: (I’m 17, going on 18 in Nov.)
July 8-15: Period
July 22 or 28: Sex (first I think the condom came off and got put on inside out again. Did not cum inside me. Then, couple days after, we had “backdoor” sex, and I have no idea if cum got in my other hole.
July ?: Burning down there, frequent Urination.
August 1-7: Period
September 1-7: Period
October 1-4: Period, not off yet. Probably in a day or two it will end.
The Urination & burning has GONE. Even though I’ve had the periods on these dates, ONE symptom still remains. Here it is:
-Breasts are a bit bigger, itch, & the NIPPLES ONLY are sore. Not the whole breast. The NIPPLES seem to have a dark purple color, with a white colored tip. (not a bump, just a color). The nipples are rounder, and stick out more. CANNOT see a change in the Areola.
Also, my lower stomach seems harder, or does not want to suck in as far. My pants fit fine (well as fine as they can for an overweight girl).
Do you think I’m pregnant? Or should I get my breasts checked? I know I should buy a pregnacy test, but I don’t want to lose my parent’s love. Please tell me your opinion on my symptoms. (what’s got me stumped is the regular periods!)
Mistake Maker (17)
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Dear Mistake Maker,
Thanks for your journal :) But, really, all the info does help me. The regular periods mean that you’re not pregnant. However, why your nipples itch is a mystery. The frequent urination and burning could be caused by a number of things such as an STD (let’s hope not) or an infection (and an infection could be very temporary and go away after a week or two). It might be a completely-no-big-deal with your nipples, but it would still be safest to run them through a doctor (or a nurse-friend, if you know one). I know for certain (let’s say 99.5%) that you’re not pregnant, so you can at least waive those particular worries from your head.
Sorry I couldn’t be of more help! Some things the doc just has to see in person to get a better idea of what might be going on.