Please answer, my gf and I are really scared...
We dry humped many times over the course of February; grinding pelvis to pelvis with either underwear and jeans on, or a couple times just underwear on.
Could the precum on my underwear pose a risk at all?
We're worried because she's very late now; she's on day 53 of her cycle today. (53 days since last period...)
She had cramps yesterday but not today.
She was sick for a week in February, then took antibiotics to clear that infection, (throat,) then got a yeast infection as a result of the antibiotics. (I learned from this that antibiotics used for something else can cause yeast infections, because it kills off the good bacteria in the vagina. Interesting.)
Could that illness and antibioitcs have made her period THIS late?
Is there a chance of the cramping being implantation cramps, or uterus-expansion cramps?
She's had no other symptoms than not having a period, and cramps yesterday. (Maybe they'll come back today.)
Well, you already said that there is no pregnancy risk from dry humping with clothes on, even if it's just underwear. That means that there is no risk of pregnancy.
First of all, is her period late? Are her periods regular? Is so, how many days is it usually from the first day of one period to the first day of her next period?
There are other reasons that her period could be late. For example, stressing a lot about being pregnant could make it late because stress around the time of ovulation is known to make a period late. Here is an Scarleteen article with information about reasons for a late period: http://www.scarleteen.com/article/pink/m_i_a_or_dude_wheres_my_period Since you already determined that the type of sex you were having did not pose a pregnancy risk, you can read about the other reasons for a late period.
I hope that is helpful!
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