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I feel almost absolutely ridiculous for asking this due to the fact that I did get my period the day I was supposed to and I am on birth control. But about 3 weeks ago I gave my boyfriend oral. I know he had precum but what I'm afraid of is that it could've been mixed in with my saliva (which I highly doubt). The week after I still kept up with my pills and got my period the day I was supposed to (a week and a half after the incident) and it ended the day it always does. I remember missing 2 pills the month before and I don't remember missing any pills during the month that this incident occurred. Yet, I can't help but get rid of this worry and I have read the page about worrying about it and knowing you're not and I know any contact on the volva poses a risk. I would also like to add that after my period I did get cramps but they went away with Advil and my sister and mother both get cramps AFTER their period. I know this question is probably asked often but I would just like some clarification on my personal issue.
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Sam W
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Hi Cecilia,

Please give this a read, you can find answers to questions in it, and in the links it references:
This Is Your Pregnancy Scare Answer

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