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beautifulS0LE
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So last night I missed one of my birth control pills because I lost it. It's my second month on the pill and so far it's been going okay.

Earlier my boyfriend and I messed around. The typical fingering, oral, etc. I got ontop of his lap and he was rubbing himself on me. He was only wearing his boxers but I was wearing my underwear and my shorts. When I got home I noticed that my shorts were wet. What's my risk right now? Should I take EC?

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Leabug
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Dry sex generally doesn't present a pregnancy risk, especially with 3 layers of fabric- sperm just aren't THAT good at swimming! [Smile] So no, you don't need to take EC.

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-Jill
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What's The Risk? Five Easy Pregnancy Risk Assessment Flow Charts

Not to scare you off from posting, but the above article covers many scenarios and can give you an answer any time you have a question. The main site has tons of good stuff. [Smile]

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