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loveyoumake
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Hi everyone [Smile]

I got my period September 12th. It was normal and everything but the last 2 nights (friday and saturday night) i have fooled around with my boyfriend. Friday night we were having dry sex with our underwear on.. neither of us came, but I noticed that there were a couple tiny wet spots on his boxers. I don't know if it was precum (that's what I was thinking it was)or if it was from my wetness. I can't remember if we continued dry sex after I noticed the wet spots, but I know that we didn't do anything else (like sex, or him fingering me etc..)

So then last night, we did the same thing except this time he had only sweatpants on (no boxers) and i had undies on. There was no wetness that I can remember except my own. He didn't cum at all last night- at any point.

After that we were just laying on the bed and I could have sworn that he was rubbing himself, and then he turned over to rub my clit with that same hand.

This was really late last night.. like probably around 2 in the morning. So I don't know if I dreamt this part or not!! It's the strangest thing. But anyway... he never came. I was just worried if maybe there was precum and then he rubbed my clitoris...

Should I really be worried?

He offered to get me the morning after pill today once he gets out of work.

Both of the incidents have happened since Friday, so we're still in that 5 day window for the morning after pill.

My question is do you think I really need it? He never actually came.. and if anything I would be worrying if there was precum. But there also was never any visible wetness on his hands.

I don't know why I am freaking out over this..

Also, I was planning on starting the pill today! (ironically) I got a prescription for the birth control pill last month, and I had been waiting to start my period this month.. it was a little late due to the stress of being back at college.

So I figured I'd start today (Sunday Start) since it was the Sunday following my period.

Would starting the BC pill do anything if there was a risk from these last 2 nights??

Thanks SO much!!1 [Big Grin]

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atm1
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It doesn't sound like you had a significant risk here, given that you were both wearing clothing and any "transfer" worries are about tiny amounts of pre ejaculate. Generally, a finger would literally have to be dripping with semen and rubbed against the vulva for there to be any risk, so you're fine.

Starting the pill now is a fine idea.

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loveyoumake
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Thank you so much for the quick response!! I really REALLY appreciate it. I plan on starting the pill tonight [Smile]

Have a great day!

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