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Can pregnancy occur with pants on? Can I start my birth control now?

By August 16, 2015 - 12:03pm
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A few weeks ago (July 22), during the week my calculator apps say should have been my fertile week, my boyfriend and I were making out fully clothed (him -17- wearing jeans and cotton briefs, although the tip of his penis may not have been in the pants because his pants slide down easily and I -16- in cotton panties with khaki pants fully on) with my legs wrapped around his hips while laying down with me slightly on top of him. There may have been some grinding between us during this but not really enough to be considered dry humping. I am pretty sure he got an erection during this but I don't think he ejaculated (but who knows...he may have without me noticing). Anyway, I was not concerned about this until I missed my period this month (It is about a week or so late now). My periods are fairly irregular and I have nearly all the symptoms of PCOS (including a family history).

Because of these irregular periods, my doctor gave me oral birth control to begin when my next period starts, but it hasn't yet. My mom wants me to start the pills tonight, but I'm so scared my period could be missing because I got pregnant. I know PCOS can cause irregular periods but 1. I've never totally missed a period before, 2. I haven't actually been diagnosed with PCOS, and 3. I have read that pregnancy can occur even with pants on. Could you please help me quickly? I only have until 8:00 tonight before my mom makes me start my pills...I'm terrified.

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