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jessiecamo95
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So here's the deal. Today is my 29th day in cycle. Usually ill start on days 26-28. I am really worried as to why my period has not arrived. I had sex but I was naked and he just in underwear. While his underwear covered penis was in me he fully ejaculated and there was a huge wet semen circle on his underwear which came into direct contact with my vagina. I have had no lifestyle changes. Am I at risk for pregnanc and can my period still arrive or is it late/missed?

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My breasts have been sore for about a week
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Redskies
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How long ago was this sex?

If you're having intercourse and you don't want to become pregnant, you'll want to use a method of contraception. With entry and ejaculation, fabric isn't going to give you the same protection that a condom or other proper barrier method would. Would you like to talk about choosing contraception and how to get it?

It's not unusual to have a little variation in when a period starts, even for people who are very regular. Pretty much everyone has a period come later than they expected at some point. A period isn't considered late until it's five days after the last day you would reasonably expect it, so from what you said, your period would only be late if it hasn't come by the 33rd day of your cycle.

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jessiecamo95
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A couple of weeks. I read on here that its not a risk if someone is wearing clothes
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We also had manual sex where he might of had sperm on finger
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Can i have clarification about the underwear and sperm
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Can i have clarification about the underwear and sperm
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Heather
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This is really one of those things where we are not going to be able to give you clear answers. The information we have on people being sexual with clothes on presumes they are not also having intercourse because....well, without it feeling pretty lousy or just being impossible to accomplish, intercourse is not something people will generally be doing while dressed.

Way back in the day, condoms were made of fabric. That did not stick, probably in large part because it was very uncomfortable, but also because a material like latex is more effective. How much more? We cannot know, because the kinds of efficacy studies we do now are not things people did hundreds of years ago.

Since this was a couple weeks ago, though, it really would not matter if we had that clear answer because there would be nothing to do with it, just like there is not without it. All you can do now is take a pregnancy test since your period is late, you are concerned, and you did, apparently have intercourse, or, at least, you think you did. Intercourse poses risks of pregnancy even when people are using methods of birth control.

It also sounds like something else you can do is to start talking about condom use, at a minimum. If you are going to be having or trying to have intercourse, and do not want to take big pregnancy and STI risks, it is time for condom use, and, if you prefer, we can also talk about how you can look into additional methods of birth control.

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