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Had unprotected sex using withdrawal. Given krimson for irregular period. Can it be precum?

I had unprotected, sex on wednesday 1pm and my partner used withdrawal. Method and did not do it again... And I m on my krimson 35 pills... I missed my pills on Friday evening and I took them on Saturday morning instead... I was told to use krimson 35 for irregular periods... Should I worry about pregnancy... My partner was certain that he did not eject inside me... But precum would have got in... And I was on my 14th day of my krimson 35..took it that day evening.. And forgot next day... But took it the morning of Friday... Pls help me... Should I worry about pregnancy now...?
Asked On : Tue, 18 Sep 2012
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Hi there,
Welcome to HCM.
Withdrawal method is one of the unreliable methods of contraception. But as you were on oral contraceptive pills, there is most unlikely chance of pregnancy.Please do not worry. Thanks.
Answered: Mon, 30 Sep 2013
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