stress or pregnancy?

About 4 weeks ago I was close to having sex. We got extremely close and then decided against it, but was afraid there could have been an accident. Two weeks later, my period came but it was a few days early which is very unnormal for me. The bleeding lasted 5 days. I’ve been worried and stressing myself out now for 2 weeks about being pregnant, and can’t tell if any of the symptoms I’m having are from the stress or from the possibility of being pregnant. Symptoms include (cramps, one morning of orange-yellow discharge, clear discharge, feeling tired, loss of appetite) I’ve taken a several tests throughout the past 3 weeks, the last one being 24 days after we got close to having sex. They have all been negative. Is it possible for all those tests to be wrong or am I freaking out over nothing?

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    Dear wardri21, Go for a serum beta HCG estimation(blood test). If this is negative you are not pregnant. Decide yourself for the future and always use the required preventive barrier contraceptives before going for sex on the next occasion. Take care!

    Answered on May 11, 2014.
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