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Pregnant without penetration or ejaculation?

By June 4, 2016 - 6:29pm
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Alright, so here's my situation. I've been on birth control for a whole pack, as of today. On Wednesday, my boyfriend and I planned to have sex for the first time. At that time I was on birth control for all of my active pills, and to my dismay, my period was beginning because I was now on sugar pills. Anyway, we decided to get started but the condom was making him loose his erection, and we didn't have any different ones so we gave up. Being both virgins, he suggested that I turn around and he could try to find my hole. So I did, and he placed his penis on my opening and told me to pull back, I did, and then I jumped off the bed because the force from his penis on my opening hurt too much. (So I'm 90% sure nothing went inside) I'm not sure about pre-ejaculate, and that's my issue. We engaged in some genital rubbing here and there, but he was holding his penis during everything we did, right at the top and looking down at it.. So he's reassuring me that if there was pre-ejaculate, he would've known since he was paying attention and I wasn't all that wet to be honest. I'm just trying to figure out, if there's any chance I could be pregnant, because I'm worrying myself sick and I don't want to be that girl that gets pregnant without even having sex. I'm starting to be very hostile towards him and I'm unable to be happy because I'm clothed in worry. Please help..

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Thank you so much .. Now, if I wasn't on birth control, what would be the risk from this activity?

June 5, 2016 - 9:46am
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If you were not on birth control, pregnancy is still not an issue because you did not have intercourse.

June 6, 2016 - 9:29am

Hello and welcome to EmpowHer,
Birth control becomes active after one week of pills. By the time you attempted intercourse you were fully protected. Condoms are still necessary to prevent STD's but not essential for preventing pregnancy while on birth control pills.
Birth control pills works by preventing ovulation. Without an egg to fertilize, pregnancy cannot occur, even if the male ejaculates into the vagina during penetration.
With that said, pregnancy is not possible is this situation. Do not be hostile towards your boyfriend. He doesn't deserve that, especially because you did plan together to have sex in the first place. So, he did nothing to intentionally compromise you.

June 5, 2016 - 9:20am
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