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Could I have gotten pregnant from doing this?

By Anonymous May 1, 2019 - 8:13am
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I’ve been off the combo pill for about four months, because I suspected it was the cause of severe hair shedding that I’ve been experiencing. However I haven’t seen much difference so I decided that I’d go back on the pill. I just started a new pack and am on day 4 of the 21 pills.

my period started on Friday the 26th, and I started the pack on Sunday 28th. My doc always told me to start the pack on the Sunday closest to my period. I’m at the ending of my period, that time where you get a light brown discharge.

I use Femiane, which is a 21 day combo pill.

My boyfriend and I were fooling around this morning, doing hand stuff, and he had an erection. A little clear fluid came out of his penis (I’m not sure if that’s what they call pre cum, and if it has sperm in it or not). During the heat of the moment I’m not sure if he used the same hand that touched himself to touch me. I don’t know if he touched the clear liquid that was coming out. He didn’t put his fingers inside me after that in all fairness, but he was touching my clit (sorry if this is all TMI). I went to pee almost immediately afterwards.

He says that I would not get pregnant from this but I always get paranoid about this sort of thing. Sorry if it seems like a dumb question

Could I possibly get pregnant from this? Especially seeing as I’m still starting back on the pill and am not past the first initial 7 days?

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Hello Anon

Thank you for writing!

You are at no additional risk of pregnancy. You are protected from pregnancy on the days you have withdrawal bleeding even when not taking the pill. So you could have full, unprotected sex and still be protected. You don't have to wait 7 days to be protected.

May 1, 2019 - 1:21pm
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