[first off, I'd just like to say thank you to the lovely ladies of EmpowHer for always answering my questions. you always answer quickly and with very reassuring replies. as for my anxiety about this topic, I'm looking to get help soon, maybe from a therapist. thank you! <3]
Last week Wednesday, my boyfriend and I went out, had some drinks and came home and had sex briefly. at first he was dry humping me while I was wearing panties, but he put on a condom. this was rubbing against the fabric of my panties. he then asked to have sex, which I agreed, but I said I'd rather him put on a new condom as this one may have tears in it due to the friction. He put on a new one (Durex) and we went for a few moments in two different positions, but then I said I was done, and he stopped. He didn't come, but I had performed oral sex on him before. He then blew up the two condoms with air like balloons, showing me that they didn't have tears. He promises me that he would never put me in a situation where I could get pregnant, and that he wouldn't ejaculate in me, that we'd use condoms, and that we should be fine as I am on the pill.
I know that my fears sometimes are way past irrational, but I was wondering if there was any chance of pregnancy during this? I take BC pills every day regularly, and I am near the end of my pack and expecting my period next Tuesday or Wednesday. but what is causing my fear is that I recently started taking Lamisil for a toenail fungus I have, and the dermatologist had said that it could possibly affect the efficiency of the Birth control (her words were that Lamisil "least" affects birth control, but I should still take caution).
I was wondering if i should stop taking the birth control pills to let the period/withdrawal bleeding come earlier, but I'm not sure if I should.
Thanks in advance for the advice, I really appreciate it.
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