I am on the pill (Gynera brand) and I normally take it faithfully every day. I study overseas, and I just came back for the new semester about a month ago. The friday before I left home, my boyfriend and I messed around. we didn't have sex, but he was wearing a condom and he was inserting himself between my crossed thighs,but not in the vaginal area, and he came. however he guarantees that the condom didn't split/tear and just in case, I still wiped the area with a paper napkin. I was near the end of my pill pack (it ended the saturday/day afterwards this).
I got my 'period' (withdrawal bleeding) on the Tuesday afterwards (when I had already come back to uni) and it was as normal. I had been slightly paranoid that maybe i could have gotten pregnant from what we did, but when it came, I calmed down. I then started the next pill pack on the following Sunday, and I've been good with taking it. There was only one time this last week (week 3 of the pack) that I forgot to take one, so I took two the next day. However the very last pill of the pack was missing. I think it may have fallen out or gotten lost in my bag, and I didn't find it, so I've ended up taking one pill less on this set of pill (20 instead of the usual 21). Normally the pack finishes on a Saturday and I get my period on the following Tuesday, but this time I took the last pill on Friday (because one was lost) , so should I expect the period on the Monday?
I'm also still paranoid that there is some chance of pregnancy from what we did, especially because he came, even though I am on the pill and he was wearing a condom, and that maybe it was a 'fluke' that I got my withdrawal bleeding (because I was so close to the end of the pack, that the period would have come anyway). I am normally very good with taking my pills, but I am paranoid because this last pack I forgot one day and I lost another pill. Should I expect my period as normal? Is there any risk of pregnancy from what we did? Since my period came last time, it should come again, right?
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