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miss curious
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sorry to post again, but this is for the last postin, if it serves of anything, when we were touching eachother, my boyfriend hands and mine had both saliva so i cant tell if had precum on them or not. Oh and im currently spotting a little blood, because im on the last day of my period, and we just had sex with a condom, so is the spotting justleft over from the period, or is to be worried???
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kitka
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If either of your hands had saliva and pre-cum on them, and you or he touched your vagina, you have a pregnancy risk.

You can still get pregnant during your period. The spotting is probably the end of your period.

If you're not currently on the birth control pill, and you get pre-cum or semen near or around your vagina, you can get pregnant.

So, in the future, make sure he's got a condom on as soon as he starts to precum, and wash your hands to make sure you don't get any precum on your genitals.

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miss curious
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how do i knwo if there was precum on his hands, i mean is that visible???, if it is i dont think he had any since ilooked at him and he was pretty dry. is the risk of pregnancy less during your period???and also when you get aon birth control yo can do all these kinds of things without the risk of getting pregnant??
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kitka
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Yes, precum is visible. It usually looks like a clear liquid that will cover the head of his penis.

Like I said, during your period, you still have a fairly high risk of pregnancy.

If a woman is on oral contraceptives and takes them like she's supposed to - at the same time every day, give or take an hour - they are 98% effective against pregnancy with perfect
use. They stop ovulation (release of an egg from the ovaries) and therefore prevent pregnancy.

With typical use, they're 92% effective.
That means a girl would have an 8% risk of pregnancy if she didn't take her pills perfectly.

Typical use is the way many women use them in the first year (or, unfortunately, after that).

Bottom line - if you get on the pill and take it every day at the same time, you can have sex without condoms and not get pregnant.

BUT we recommend that you still use condoms to prevent STDs. And given that almost everybody forgets a pill now and then, it's good to have a backup method.

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