I'm so worried about this.yesterday(26 hours ago) me and my girlfriend had sex.I put my penis into her vagina twice but not long.I didn't break her hymen and I didn't c*m but there was a little precum on the head of my penis!!!I hadn't masturbated for a week and i had peed an hour before sex!!!!! It was the day after her period(maybe last day of her period)to b exact,I better say it happened on the 7th day of her period!! her periods are irregular. is she going to get pregnant? the only reachable pills in my country is those LD/HD pills.which I don't know anything about them? does she need to take those pills.we're both scared she says she's afraid of those pills. she has some stomach problems and she is worried about bleeding.what if her parents find out? BTW we're both 23 I have a grade B varicocele
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