Hey, my bf and I were laying down very close together the other weekend (I was in my bathing suit and he was fully clothes). There's no way that sperm could make it through all those clothes, correct? I know he cummed or precumed cuz he told me, but I never saw a spot on his jeans. my period has been kinda wack lately. I was on bc for 2 months but then the dr's told me to get off of it cuz it actually made me bleed for a substantial amount of time (3 weeks). I just had oral surgery in which they put me out and so I have been on a number of medications and antibiotics. Anyway...why I am saying all this stuff is because when the day I had surgery I started bleeding like I had my period and all but the next day I had practically nothing and just a little bloody discharge for the next couple of days. Could that have been my whole period since I bled so much last time? Is this anything to worry about, like implantation bleeding? Or am I just going a little overboard and stressing out with everything going on? Thanks, I hope you can calm my worries.
There is absolutely no pregnancy risk from what you're describing, at all. Sperm would not be able to make it through all those layers of clothing (heck, one or two layers is difficult enough for them to make it through to present a risk).
The bleeding you saw was like some mid-cycle spotting/bleeding because of the medications and antibiotics throwing your system out of whack, or just a different period from what you're used to seeing.
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so even if his his pants were damp on mine it would be ok? because sperm can't pass through all the layers correct, but it can feel damp.
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