My boyfriend and I were messing around and he pulled down my jeans and my panties...he pressed his penis near my anus without ejaculating, and as soon as I felt him touch me I told him that was enough...as soon as I could I felt to see if I was wet were his penis had touched, and it was. I'm afraid it could be precum, but i'm not sure, since we had been fooling around earlier too and I'm not sure if it was just my wetness. A few minutes after that happened, I went to the bathroom and washed my hands and rinsed myself off with some cold water around my vagina and all. I took a shower about ten minutes later too. Should I be worried?? I've been taking some birth control pills for the past few months, only missing a few, and I got my period about a week ago and started on pills the other day. Today, though, I left my pills in the bathroom, and the moisture in there while somebody is taking a shower is pretty extreme. Are the pills still effective??
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If his penis was nowhere near your genital area, you don't need to be worried about a pregnancy risk here.
But just for the record, with situations where there IS a risk, taking a shower afterward does nothing to decrease that risk.
Similarly, the only way the pill can effectively protect you against pregnancy is if you take it exactly as directed. So you'll want to make sure that you take it as directed. If you think you'll have trouble with that, you might want to talk to your doctor about switching you to the Ring or the Patch, which you don't need to remember every day.
But leaving them in a bathroom for while should be fine: the pills are in a sealed package that should keep the moisture out. But if they look discolored or other otherwise different, you may want to use a different pack.
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