Okay im not gonna say how old i am but im a teen and ive had unprotected sex with my boyfriend (who is older). he is very careful and yes i know there is still a chance of getting pregnant like that but last time we had sex he pulled out and then we made out and he cummed outside of me and when i was getting off him my vagina touched his penis and im not sure if there was cum on it or not but that happened and we waited about 10 minutes and then we had sex again. I dont think i was ovulating at the time. But now about a week later my vagina itches alot and im not sure if its because of that or because of other things such as me letting my pubes grow more then usual. i might just be paranoid and over worried. im suposed to get my period in about a week and im not to sure exactly when because the calender on my phone was where i kept my period dates and that phone broke.
Dear Idontevenknow - Apparently there is a lot you do not know. ANY unprotected sex can lead to pregnancy. Just because he pulled out to ejaculate does not mean some pre-ejaculate wasn't in you. There IS sperm in pre-ejaculate and he has no control over that, and has no way of knowing it is happening. I take it you are young, but old enough to do adult things. To prevent pregnancy, some form of reliable birth control should ALWAYS be used. If you are going to act like an adult, then do the adult thing and protect yourself. Until or unless you get on the pill, or some other form of birth control, INSIST on bf using a condom with spermicide. You are engaging in very serious behavior. Protecting yourself should be top priority!! As far as the itching, it is possible you have a yeast infection. Monistat 7 is sold over the counter, I would suggest you get some and use exactly as directions indicate. The Vagina is the inside part of you, and outside grooming, or lack of, would not cause internal itching, if it is the vagina itching. It is way too early for any OTC pregnancy test. Lets hope you get your period next week. Are you usually regular, or often early or late?? I only ask because if those things are factered in, you may not get your period when you expect it. There are many ways to prevent pregnancy these days, but pulling out is not one of them. Sweetie, I only say these things to help you realize what a serious thing sexual activity is and how important it is to protect yourself. Please write back if you have any questions. There are many people on here to help you, guide you, and lead you in the right direction. PLEASE, give serious thought to birth control.
Having seen the story of a girl who had a baby at 12, sex at 11, never had a period, anything can happen. The girl thought only older girls can get pregnant. She did it to please the guy. No guy 14 can quit school to get a job.
Did you know that a baby today raised to eighteen costs a million dollars to raise? That is not about college or getting a car. Just the basics. The guy splits almost always. They use the same lines on many girls. They want sex, the girls think it keeps a boyfriend. Doesn't work. Rarely is lasting. The girl is ashamed and the guy spreads rumors.
Every time you have sex there is a risk of pregnancy. Every time. Nothing is 100% safe except not doing it at all. In young women, teens, the menstrual cycle can be very irregular. So ovulation can happen anytime. I knew a girl who would have sex during her period to avoid pregnancy. The little boy she had turned out cute. The guy left. She dropped out of college. All her dreams were crushed. All real, all very sad.
As for itching and weird smells, having had sex one should see the doctor. There are nasty things out there. Some without cures. It doesn't make a good conversation when some day you are out in the world, working and the right guy comes into your life. Think about the future and your body's safety.
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