Just to be totally clear. I am in a relationship with an amazing man and we do not do things right now that would pose risks of pregnancy. We only dry hump and touch each other and take extra precautions. Its safe to say i have not had sex at all and these are the only activities we have indulged in.
However, on the 26th Oct i was sexually assaulted by a friend at this party. There was something going on outside and my friends went to see. I have a fractured leg and the guy was new in our circle of friends. He had gone to pick up some snacks from the kitchen for a movie we were all going to watch. He came back and asked me where everyone had gone and suddenly just pounced himself on me and was holding me down and started to dry hump me. The scary bit is when he held his penis in his hand (about 10-20 seconds max). I assume he did not ejaculate because there was no wetness on me. The ONLY thing i am afraid of is pre-cm because i know this poses a slight risk of pregnancy too. I've been trying to research on pre-cm and all it says that guys do not always know when they pre-cm and the pull out method is not so effective but i have not had sex at all...
My period this month is late and i have lost alot of weight due to stress and anxiety. I previously would take microgynon 30 but stopped because of health issues. This month due to this pregnancy scare i took the pills on the 20th, 21st, 22nd and 23rd (last pill on the 23rd due to sudden side effects) but have not yet had my withdrawal bleeding which usually happens when i stop the pill (but am receiving period like cramping). Should i be concerned? I took a pregnancy test last night which was negative.
i apologise if this message is too long. I am receiving counselling but i know this is slowly killing my relationship with my boyfriend because i have become somewhat like a paranoid freak.
Your insight would be appreciated.
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