Help me. I need reassurance

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I’ve been on syeda birth control which is a combination pill. I’ve been on it about two months now this month. I’ve taken a pill every day around 10:30 pm. Sometimes it’s 9 or 11 pm tho. Is that still considered on time? Cause with just one hormone bc Not the combination pills it’s important to take it at the same time but I’m not on that one. I fooled around with a guy couple nights ago. However we didn’t actually have sex or he didn’t penetrate I should say. I had underwear on but he didn’t. He said he didn’t cum but what I’m asking is maybe the precum might’ve touched me down there. So I’m asking PEOPLE’s opinion. I’ve a very paranoid person and grew up with family that just teaches abstinence not sex Ed. So I always have the fear of pregnancy no matter what I do and no matter if I know it can’t happen. I just would like some reassurance from y’all. There’s no risk of pregnancy right? Please be nice I’m genuinely asking****

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    You are on the pill, you had underwear on and he didn't penetrate. There is no way you can be pregnant.

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    there is no way possible you are pregnant. & it is important to take the pill around the same time everyday because it can really take a toll on your reproductive organs especially if you are a black girl.

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    chances of pregnancy less that 0%. You're in the clear!

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    Its possible if your names Mary.

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