Ok I am 17 years old of age, my gf is 16. well anyways me and my gf had sex for the first time and i had protection on which is a condom,.it was around between the end of october & november i am not really sure. but from there that is when everything has changed,. which i mean when i had protected sex for the first time, her period changed and she still hasn't got it, she did a pregnancy test and came out negative. but from there we had sex for a couple of times now and they were with condom,. but then from there, couple weeks ago, we had sex and i had a condom, then from there the second sex activity i didn't have any so i did it with no protection,. but i did not finish in her or ejaculate in her,. and at that time she still hasn't had her period yet. then our last sex we had was on the december 1st which is on a saturday in the morning unprotected, and went in her really deep, roughly as you can say, is this why its causing her period to come late? i am really worried, 2 months late not having her period yet? is it because she is stressed out a lot? she has told me she is stressed out a lot. but I'm just not sure anymore,. someone help me out please? i don't know what to think anymore
4 Dec 2012
Here's what I think. You two are too young to be having sex until you have some information. First of all, pulling out is not a method of birth control. By the time you ejaculate you have left sperm in her vagina. So forget about that, its a myth. Second, if any girl is going to have sex, she should be on another method of birth control, other then a condom. Condoms aren't always reliable. So get her on the pill or something. Planned parenthood will help her. Thirdly, if she hasn't had her period since Oct, this is a major concern. She should do another pregnancy test. Be sure its not outdated and that she does the test as soon as she gets out of bed in the morning. Planned parenthood can help out with this too.
5 Dec 2012
OK... First off I need to stress to you that Pulling out does not work hon!! It does not matter how early you pull out , it does not matter weather you ejaculate inside her or not, once your penis enters her vagina, or for that fact gets near her vagina you can excreat sperm and she can get pregnant!!! The first thing that you need to do is get a pregnancy test, and I recommend going to a planned parenthood clinic or whatever free clinic that you have for family planning near you! Just using a condom is not reliable enough, your girlfriend needs to be on the pill or another safe reliable form of birth control, like the Depo shot something that is reliable. Also, please don't take this the wromg way, but, It sounds to me like you are both wayyyyyy tooooo young to be having sex!! You have obviously not had the right guidence about birth control.
I do give you credit for having enough sence and being responsiable enough to use a condom, but just a condom is not enough to be totally safe from pregnancy! You sound like a guy who really does care about your girlfriend, so do the right thing and get her a home pregnancy test or better yet, like I said earlier, get her to a Family Planning clinic and get her tested for pregnancy, and if she is not pregnant, and you are gong to continue to have sex PLEASE have her get on a reliable form of birth control!
I really wish the both you good luck! and I hope that everything turns out ok. ~~~~happybrandee~~~~
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