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disney
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i have been on birth control pills(combination pills) for the past six months.last month on the first day of my pill free week,i engaged in mild sexual activity.My partner masturbated me,and that was it. There was no direct contact between my fingers and his genitals.But hi jeans were felt from outside.i didnt masturbate him and he didnt masturbate himself either.3 days after that i had my periods(withdrawal bleeding)
After resuming my pills for another month,this is again my pill free week,there has been no sexual activity of any kind after the above incident.this is now the 5th day of my pill free week and i havent yet had my periods.i am havent slight pain in the lower back and also left side of my lower abdomen.is this risky??what is the pregnancy risk involved in the above activity if i am on pills and also if i am not.i have read so many posts(at other sites which say that sperm can pass through clothes.is there any chance that if he had touched his wet jeans he would have got sperms on his hand which can get me pregnant?

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Karybu
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Sperm aren't going to make it through a thick layer of clothing such as jeans - they're just not that hardy. So no, you haven't had a pregnancy risk here. Withdrawal bleeds can be late for all sorts of reasons, and some variation in when a bleed arrives is pretty normal. If you don't get your withdrawal bleed at all, you may want to check in with your doctor, but for now, I'd just wait it out.

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