... ejaculate into her because we had oral sex later and that is the time when I ejaculated .my girlfriend had period problems she used to take pills priscribed by the doctor for getting her periods .after that she got her periods regular she stopped taking those pills before jan and we had sex in jan and since then she hasn't got her periods we did a pregnancy test it turned out to be negative but m very scared I don't want parents to be involved in this .is there any way that could stop pregnancy incase she's pregnant or why is that she's not getting her periods .This has happned befor where we had sex and she dint get periods bt that is the time she visited the doc and tablets were givin to her and it was all fine m very scared ..wat do you think pls help I really don't want mine or her parents to know about ... pls help
I want to start by saying withdrawing before ejaculation does NOTHING to prevent pregnancy. This is a myth. Men will secrete sperm all during the sex act, not just at ejaculation. This occurs and you cannot feel it or control it. Even if you never see anything when you masturbate, this doesnt mean it doesnt happen. Feelings are more intense within a vagina than when you masturbate and you cant see sperm with a naked eye but you will secrete them before you ejaculate (the majority are in the ejaculate but it only takes one to get a girl pregnant) so you should really be using some form of birth control. Condoms are fine but you have to use one from start of penetration all the way through to the end. You cannot put a naked penis in for a few strokes then put the condom on before you ejaculate because you can still get a woman pregnant. Anytime you insert a naked penis into a vagina, unless she is on hormonal birth control like the Pill, Depo Provera shots or Nuva Ring etc, there is a risk of pregnancy. Since you two had sex without protection, she could very well be pregnant even though you didnt ejaculate inside of her. If she hasnt had a period since January, and that is the last time you had sex,, and she is now still coming up negative, then she is likely not pregnant. If she got pregnant in January, it would be showing a positive result by now. It may just be the fact that she has irregular periods. The time to be scared of getting pregnant is before sex, not after. There is no way to stop a pregnancy in progress other than an abortion. She should probably see the Dr about her periods being irregular again and while she is there she should ask about getting on a hormonal birth control method, like the Pill, especially if you are going to be sexually active. At the very least, you can use condoms each and every time and no penetration unless you are using one!
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