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i need help!!!!(sex)
January 2, 2006
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last night my boyfriend came over n we had sex, well we didn't use anything but he pulled out just in time.i am on birth control but last nite i was supose to start back on my pills, so with in the last week i had my period, but i didn't take the thursday,friday, and sat. pill because i didnt think we were going to do it. but when i didn't take those 3 pills i did get my period very soon after. i am worried that it may be possible that i could get pregnant, there are MANY times i haven't used anything during sex with a another bf and all we used was the pull out method, and i have never gotten pregnant. i am worried, can someone please help me!!!!!im only almost 16

January 2, 2006
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Hi,

Not sure but reckon it is possible that you have put yourself at risk. The contraceptive pill needs to be taken continuously - you can't just skip day's.
I would suggest that you go to the Doctor and get the morning after pill.
Take care

January 2, 2006
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okay.. first.. did you missthe sugar pills that you take when you're supposed to get your period?? if so, you dont really have to worry about missing those.
today.. take TWO of your new pack of pills since you missed yesterdays.
And if youre still concerned... call your local Planed parenthood, and ask about the emergency contraception pill(s)they are called PLAN B. it is for like when the condom breaks, or if you are concerned about a "whoops" type situation. they are HIGHLY effective,
you have to take them within 5 days of unprotected intercourse. but the sooner the better.
In the mean time.. .USE condoms, dont miss pills, and BE CAREFUL!!!
Okay, sorry, i HAD to say tht, hope I didnt sound preachy, but since you are so young, there are so many other things to also think about aside from an unplanned pregnacy, Like STD's that are treatable, but NOT curable.some which have No syptoms until much later or not at all.

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okay.. first.. did you missthe sugar pills that you take when you're supposed to get your period?? if so, you dont really have to worry about missing those.
today.. take TWO of your new pack of pills since you missed yesterdays.
And if youre still concerned... call your local Planed parenthood, and ask about the emergency contraception pill(s)they are called PLAN B. it is for like when the condom breaks, or if you are concerned about a "whoops" type situation. they are HIGHLY effective,
you have to take them within 5 days of unprotected intercourse. but the sooner the better.
In the mean time.. .USE condoms, dont miss pills, and BE CAREFUL!!!
Okay, sorry, i HAD to say tht, hope I didnt sound preachy, but since you are so young, there are so many other things to also think about aside from an unplanned pregnacy, Like STD's that are treatable, but NOT curable.some which have No syptoms until much later or not at all.

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okay.. first.. did you missthe sugar pills that you take when you're supposed to get your period?? if so, you dont really have to worry about missing those.
today.. take TWO of your new pack of pills since you missed yesterdays.
And if youre still concerned... call your local Planed parenthood, and ask about the emergency contraception pill(s)they are called PLAN B. it is for like when the condom breaks, or if you are concerned about a "whoops" type situation. they are HIGHLY effective,
you have to take them within 5 days of unprotected intercourse. but the sooner the better.
In the mean time.. .USE condoms, dont miss pills, and BE CAREFUL!!!
Okay, sorry, i HAD to say tht, hope I didnt sound preachy, but since you are so young, there are so many other things to also think about aside from an unplanned pregnacy, Like STD's that are treatable, but NOT curable.some which have No syptoms until much later or not at all.

January 2, 2006
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WHooooaaaaaaaa, dont know what just happened there, i hit a funky button or something...
NOt trying to scare you, but these things can happen. I was a counselor at a Planned Parenthood for a few years, and saw A LOT of things you wouldnt wana know about. I also was a surgical assistant for a lot of different things there that all came from unprotected sex. so you should have knowledge about it. Knowledge is power, and protecting youself is very importnat.

January 2, 2006
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Mrs_amedee,

Don't even bother with the "pulling out" method. It really, really doesn't work. Really, really, really.

January 2, 2006
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Not only does the pulling out method not work, condoms can break.

My second child is a "condom baby"

Addicts wife is right, many STDs don't have symptoms, but they are damaging your insides. Later in life if you decide you want a baby, you may find that you can't because of your past sexual encounters.

I have gotten pregnant while on the pill, that was due to taking antibiotics and not heeding the advice to use back up protection. The pill is only 98% effective IF YOU TAKE IT EVERY DAY (not counting your placebo/sugar pills the week of your period) The only reason they include those pills is to keep you in the habit of taking them regularly. You may have been lucky in the past, but you really need to quit messing around with birth control, trust me, I've been there done that.

Also, please go in every six months and have yourself tested for sexually transmitted diseases. The only way to stay safe is to be in a committed monogamous relationship with a person who has also tested negative for all the STD's.

You are young, I was young too when I started having sex. Don't mess around with your health. BE CAREFUL. On another note, the birth control pills are designed so that your body will have a period if you miss two or three pills. That way, you realize that you have messed up and can use back up. Yes, you can get pregnant, go get the morning after pill like it has been suggested here. They only work if taken pretty soon afterwards, I think in 48 to 72 hours if I am remembering correctly.

Love and hugs,
Mamabear

January 2, 2006
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You must educate yourself to the hilt....You are playing with fire. I am even scared to date if I had to later down the road in fear of all the STD's in the world. You have no idea who has what. If I were to have sex with anybody, I almost would want to go to the doctor and have tests done just to make sure the fire is put out....It's so dangerous out there. If you have a child, did you know it's approx $200.00 a week for child care on a newborn. Do research before you spread them legs..Just be smart about it, don't let your sexual desires take over your life.

January 2, 2006
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Mrs_amedee,

Hi. I'm glad you could share your worries with us.

I don't want to sound preachy, but there is only one absolutely guaranteed method for avoiding pregnancy: don't have sex.

Seriously, if you get pregnant now, you will face either an abortion or 18 years of single parenthood, in all likelihood. No matter how wonderful your boyfriend might be, you can't guarantee he'll stick around if you do get pregnant.

Even if you don't get pregnant, sex too young can cause you a multitude of emotional problems now and further down the road.

Please consider this. I'd hate to see you get hurt in any way.

January 2, 2006
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It is hard to not have sex once you have started. Once you experience desire and the physical/emotional joy that sex can be, it is not easy to quit. That's why it says in the Song of Solomon "do not stir up nor awaken love until it pleases"

Hard -but not impossible if you make up your mind. But that is an individual's choice-one that no one else can make for them. Seekerw is right, that there is only one guaranteed birth control, but it is one that most would rather chance pregnancy than to give it up. And you are taking a chance every time you have sex regardless of what method you choose. Not a single one is foolproof.

And- it is WAY harder to raise children than you can imagine, and not nearly as fun. You won't get someone that loves you unconditionally like some teenagers have told me. You get someone that you have to love unconditionally, and that is sometimes hard to do. Even though most mothers will tell you that children are a blessing, and they are- most mothers will not tell you that sometimes they can feel like a curse. Hard as it is to imagine that, it is the truth.

January 3, 2006
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I am not going to say do not have sex. I belive that is your choice. But with that choice comes GREAT RESPONSIBILITY!

Please, Please, Please get on the pill, stay on the pill and do not miss taking it. ON TOP OF THAT, ahve your partner use condoms.

I was a father at 20. Let me tell you it was very challenging. And while I would do it again in a second, I cannot emphasize the impact it had on my life.

If you are not ready to be a parent, then make sure you take the necessary precautions.

January 3, 2006
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I agree, with Overcome. Please take this as a hard lesson if you do not get pregnant. Your life changes dramatically and you are way too young to have a child. The pull out method is a sure fire way to get pregnant. Russian Roulette game. I got pregnanat this way but I was 24 at the time and still too young and scared out of my mind. It is common sense to use protection. Use common sense and not be crossing those fingers everytime you use the pull out method.

January 4, 2006
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Hey there,
I just wanted to tell you that the pullout method of birth control doesn't work because there are sperm in the fluids that are present before intercourse even begins. Most young girls I know don't really enjoy sex. Are you sure you know why you're wanting to be sexually active and put yourself at risk for STD's and pregnancy? Also, you really have to take those birth control pills regularly like you should have been directed or they don't work. Please research the morning after pill before you choose it. I wish you well.

January 4, 2006
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I got pregnant from the "pre-ejaculate" which is the few drops that a guy gets before intercourse even begins. And I was told there are 10,000 sperm in ONE DROP. Needless to say, I learned the hard way...I was 21. The other part of the equation is that you are ovulating. And typically that is 10-14 days after the onset of your last period.

So, while chances are you are not pregnant - there is the emergency contraception and condoms for going forward.

Don't mess with STD's. I trusted my partners too - and ended up with chlamydia twice - which is treatable and cureable - but there are so many more that you can get that aren't.

January 4, 2006
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If you are going to have sex be as close to 100% certain as possible that you will not get pregnant or get a STD.

I know a woman who got HIV from her boyfriend. It does happen. Its not worth taking even a tiny risk.

I got pregnant when I was on the pill but I had skipped a pill. I really didn't think my boyfriend and I were going to have sex anytime soon but we did.

I used the diaphram for several years and never got pregnant on that. I also use the delcond shield for 5 years and never got pregnant on that.

But today you need to be hypervigilent about not getting HIV from your partner which I think is worse than pregnancy. Use a condom no matterwhat every time you have sex.

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