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Lillith Ambrose
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So, I was just wondering, i'm on my period and i'm (freakishly) heavy at this time and I just started a few days ago. (like 3 and I don't ovulate durring my periods) My boyfriend and I were messing around a bit and he wasn't wearing protection but I use tampons and I had one in while we were togeather.

He was never inside of me, nor did he ejaculate and I checked to make sure that he had no pre-ejaculate on him if he came to close. He did brush against me for a moment (And I mean like a few seconds till we realized he was touching me) and he just brushed against my clitoris, and semi above that. Plus when I got home, about 10-15 minutes after that I went to the bathroom and changed the tampon. Should I be worried about anything happening?

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atm1
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Lillith,

We have told you repeatedly that unprotected genital contact poses a pregnancy risk. While I wouldn't few this risk as very large at all, you need to figure out how to access more reliable birth control.

Just FYI: we have a limit for how many similar posts from one user that we will answer. If you have a third post about a pregnancy risk from genital contact, that will be the last post on that topic from you that we answer.

I strongly encourage you to take a look at Birth Control Bingo! and try to find a reliable method of birth control.

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