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Is it possible that I’m pregnant?

Hello, I am a virgin and I did not engage in sexual intercourse. My boyfriend and I were fooling around and he rubbed his penis on my buttocks but way above the ******* (he did not put it in), at one point his penis slipped and rubbed my butt but I fear that it might have come close to my vaginal opening even though I did not feel it. He had not ejaculated at all, so ejaculate was not on his penis. During this he also rubbed my clitoris with his fingers. I’m worried because his penis might have had precum on it and maybe his fingers did too. A day after this I took emergency contraception pills which I have never taken before in my life. It has been 10 days since I took EC pills. I am experiencing my breasts hurting a lot when I touch them especially the nipple is very sensitive and hurts a lot when touched. Aside from that, there is a little whitish smooth vaginal discharge that I have noticed after peeing thrice. I also feel full all the time even if I don’t eat much. My periods are due in 9 days. I’m really scared and in deep depression right now. Can I be pregnant without intercourse and ejaculation and the fact that I am a virgin and took EC pills?
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Hi.  No, this is not really a risk for pregnancy.  I wouldn't worry.  But you will have strange periods and symptoms since you too emergency contraceptive. That is a big dose of hormones which is how it works.  And it will mess you up for 2 to 3 months.  You didn't need to take it but do admire your proactive stance on not getting pregnant.  Buy some condoms for the future just in case.  So, what you are experiencing is emergency contraceptive after math.  Expect it to last for a couple of months.  And it should even back out.  good luck sweetie
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