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Had unprotected sex, birth control pill, missed period, taking sugar pill. Chances of pregnancy?

hi, i'm currently on birth control. i've taken it for two months now and skipped my first period. i am now using sugar pills (the ones without the hormones) and am on day three, so far no period, but apparently you can get your period any time in the seven day window, or outside of it. my question is, today my boyfriend forgot i wasn't on my hormone pill and his precum may have came into contact with the outside of my vagina. he did not enter me. is it possible for me to become pregnant? if this has made me pregnant, would it be possible for me to receive my period anyway for this month?
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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As you are anytime due for your withdrawal bleeding now, your chances of pregnancy are almost none. You can wait for your period and if at all you miss it ( which is very unlikely), you can get a pregnancy test with a fresh early morning sample of urine. If you are pregnant, you will miss the period. Pre-ejaculate contains enough sperms to cause pregnancy if it is the fertile period. Consult your doctor if needed for further advice. Good luck.
Answered: Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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