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Usually I have menses within 26-30 days. But this time its 33 days and still no menses. However I am facing abdominal cramps, leg pain, tender breasts, nausea. My last menses was started on 26 th November, but I had oral sex with my partner on 4th December. We never had intercourse till date. Not even on 4th December. Is it possible to get pregnant without intercourse? I am facing white discharge (very little) for 2-3 days. We earlier also had oral sex but never missed period.

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Usually I have menses within 26-30 days. But this time it...
If you are confirm that no sexual intercourse had happen between you n your boyfriend. Then its not a pregnancy. Sometime menses cycle get delayed but if it is from long time then need to consult a Dr.
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Usually I have menses within 26-30 days. But this time it...
Pregnancy not possible by oral sex, menstrual delay must be due to some other cause.
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Usually I have menses within 26-30 days. But this time it...
Oral sex doesn't leads to pregnancy. Pregnancy can only result from sexual intercourse or from an encounter where a male's semen gets inside a female's reproductive tract via the vulva or vagina. Therefore, activities such as kissing and swallowing a partner ejaculate can not cause pregnancy. Delay in periods may be due to stress, hormonal imbalance, changed in daily routine, thyroid problem, etc till then be hydrated, take proper sleep, take simple food, maintain hygiene for more queries, contact us.
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