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arrestomomentum
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Okay, so as stated in your articles, a pregnancy is not likely through manual sex, dry sex, and making out. I understand that you cant get pregnant unless you have semen fully ejaculated into the vagina, directly close to it, or nearby the opening. (Please correct me if any of this is wrong)

I feel like my boyfriend is a bit... Different. To my knowledge, precum cannot pass through two layers of clothing. Well, his did (shorts and underwear!! Whoa!!), so i would think that was a lot of pre cum. Hypothetically, if a vulva were to have direct contact with the places where the precum seeped through, would this pose a pregnancy risk? Also, instead of precum, how about actual semen?

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Robin Lee
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No. Fluid soaking through clothing, whether it's pre-ejaculate or ejaculate, isn't likely to pose a pregnancy risk. We make this clear in our articles when we say that pregnancy cannot occur if sexual activity took place with clothes on.

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Pre-ejaculate simply won't tend to occur with that kind of volume. If someone with a penis has soaked through their pants utterly, and it's not urine, they/you can be pretty sure they ejaculated.

However, the same things we've told you and directed you to in the past about what does and does not pose pregnancy risks applies here.

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About the pregnancy risks, noted.

Also, another question, when on the pill, does one have to take each pill every day at the same time down to the exact minute? Or do small changes in time matter?

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The info packet with your pill should give you a general window of time, but a good rule of thumb is to take the pill within a three-hour window. So if you usually take it at 7pm, taking it as early as 4pm one day or 10pm another will be fine. You still want to aim for a consistent time as much as possible, though.
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