Today (feb 20) I did not have sex with my boyfriend, however a few things happened and we were not using a condom or any other type of protection. First we did anal, and I know that you cannot get pregnant through anal. But the thing is that even though he did not ejaculate during or after anal, I asked him that if by any chance he might had let go a little amount of cm inside me (like pre ejeculation), and he said that even though he did not ejeculate, he might have let go a little fluid or pre cm as expected when he was inside me. After that, I went to the bathroom and cleaned my self just in case. However, if there was any cm inside in my anus, where does it go? My fear is that after a while it might leak out of it and through my panties, somehow it might end in my vagina. Because we dry humped after that ( i had pants on) and obviously there was fluid coming out of my vagina at some point. During this, he ejaculated outside my jeans but at the part where my thigh ends before the vagina. I know that it is almost impossible for the sperm to go from my jeans, through my panties, and into my vagina. But when he ejaculated, even though i had jeans on, when I took them off to clean myself and change my underwear and pants, my thigh was wet/ moist due to the ejaculation. My biggest concern is that this happened during my ovulation day and I simply did not thought of that because after all, even though his penis might have slightly and quickly touched my vagina just once, we did not have intercourse. But I just want to make sure... My questions are = given the situations described, is there any real chance of pregnancy? And, most importantly, do you recommend me to take "Postinor"?? ( i took it once on jan 12 last month, and from what I know, it is very dangerous to take it often) I Would like to know what is the time frame that has to pass before i can take another? What are the risks of the pill if I take it tomorrow? Or am I just exaggerating and should not take the pill???
Thanks a lot for your patience and I appreciate as much detail as you can. Thanks again!
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