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January 26th, 2010
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SnowFish, It does not matter if you feel him or not, pain or pleasure. Stop what you are doing immediately and get condoms. Why would you put yourself at risk for a few moments of pleasure?
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replied January 27th, 2010
actualy...we did use a condom but then the condom broke..and he wasnt sure if he ejaculated inside or outside but i had sperm outside my vagina, does that mean all the sperm was ejaculated when his penis was out? im realy worried...please help me!
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replied December 7th, 2011
I know this was a long time ago but for others who don't know I must stress that just because he took it out to cum doesn't mean you cant be pregnant. most men have pre-cum which is uncontrollable and you don't know when it is coming or came.
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replied December 7th, 2011
I know it was a long time ago however I must say for others in a similar position that even is a man takes it out when he cums there is still a large chance of being pregnant because ,most/all men produce small amounts of pre-cum and are not aware when is is arriving or when it is there.
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replied January 31st, 2010
if you're that worried about it then don't have sex. dummy.
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replied February 19th, 2010
What if I'm on birth control and he cums inside me??? Will I get pregnate?? Please help.
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replied January 14th, 2012
Yes, birth control is not 100% effective. Your chances of getting pregnant are much lower when you're on birth control, but not zero.
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replied March 1st, 2010
snowfish: with any such accident you should assume he did leave semen inside as well. This does not mean he did, but once a condom breaks, even if he thinks he did not come, there is a chance he did. You are designed to get pregnant, and he is designed to get you pregnant. Even in the poorest countries young women get pregnant with alarming ease.

Figure out why the condom broke. It is rare for condoms to break if they are not old/expired or the wrong size. Visit Trojan's website for such basic info, and check out the Midwest Teen Sex Show (MTSS) online.

SammieBaby: the pill is meant to prevent pregnancy, and is highly effective at doing so...IF...and this is a BIG if...you take your pill _every_ _day_ _without_ _fail_. For some women just one day is enough to trigger ovulation. That is rare, but possible. Remember, your body WANTS to get pregnant, and may use any opening to do so.

Your pills came with a paper insert that includes all the mumbo jumbo, but also shows a website. That site should have human-readable info to help you better understand the pill, how it works, and when it may fail. Read that -and- check out MTSS (see above). I pointed my daughter to MTSS for their great info and fun videos.

Remember, there is a reason we have gone from 4.5 billion to 6.9 billion people in just 40 or so years. It is really really easy for most women below 30 to get pregnant. It's all about the risks and prevention. I won't even go into how easy it is to pass diseases, too...there is plenty of info online for that subject.

One final word. Trust only reputable health sites, like the WHO or the sites referenced from your Department of Health. When someone writes "I read this on BigHealthSite.something" DO NOT just take their word...check the site yourself. Until you have read it yourself or gotten it from your doc assume you need to verify the fact. Even then if it sounds strange then seek another source for info, or call one of the many free health lines.

Good luck, and be smart as well as passionate!
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replied March 1st, 2010
wow
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replied April 12th, 2010
Okay I made this really stupid decssion So my boyfriend and I had sex. And we didn't use prtection and it was two days after I got off my period ! I am very worried because I believe I am too youg to get pregnant but I also know that this is my fault and I could have said no. he said he didnt cum inside of me But what i didnt know was of this precum he said " No i didnt, well at least I dont think so or didnt feel it, but theres always precum!" So I'm worried and I'm counting down the days to see if mother nature gives me my gift back ! Please help me.
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replied May 19th, 2012
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Look if you get ur period u ain't pregnantso once u get that ur fine just by the three box o condoms its what five bucks
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replied May 19th, 2012
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Look if you get ur period u ain't pregnantso once u get that ur fine just by the three box o condoms its what five bucks
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replied June 16th, 2012
you can still get pregnant
Yes u still can get pregnant . Sperm stays live in you for up to 7 days. So it depends on the day you have sex. And how many days after last day of period.every women's body is different.
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replied April 24th, 2010
Perception of male ejaculation by female partner
Some women report feeling semen and its effects if deposited directly on their cervix (the husband has to penetrate deep and not continue thrusting). Semen contains prostaglandins (a hormonal substance) that will cause the cervix to spasm. These are described as different from a regular orgasm, though can in some trip off another female orgasm. My wife virtually always had this response (it was rather beautiful and I loved her all the more for it) until she had to have a hysterectomy. She is still easily orgasmic but even though her cervix was left the uterine spasms are no longer there due to semen exposure and she does report missing them. These same same spasms (almost cramp-like) that occur in artificial insemination when semen is deposited directly into the uterus. So, indeed some women can "feel" your ejaculation in this sense.
...a medical professional
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replied May 3rd, 2010
could i be pregant?HELP
okay.well i need help "/
this isnt a reply. to any question. its a question i need answering.
well yesterday i had unprotected sex with my boyfriend"it was my first time" and he pulled out. but then about 4 mins later he was like, i think theres cum on the end of my d**k . and now im completeely worried. because he doesnt no for sure. but he promised me he didnt cum:/ he also said that it cud of just been like wetness, but i really dont no. but today ive been experiencing really bad belly pains and i feel sick. im only 15 "/
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replied April 14th, 2013
Dot even take home pregnancy tests, they're a waste of money I took 4, 3 were negative last was positives, went to the doctors go confirmed I'm pregnant. Don't use the fact that you're only 15 that you can't go to the doctors to find out, I'm 15. It isn't rocket science to figure out you need to go to the doctors because that is the ONLY way you will find out for sure whether or not you're pregnant.
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replied May 4th, 2010
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@acsacs77: unless your periods are almost always VERY irregular, it is virtually impossible to become pregnant during the week immediately after your period. Look up "fertility cycle" for more info. Basically, you can only get pregnant within a specific window during your monthly cycle. Simply knowing this and avoiding your most fertile times of the month is 99% effective at preventing pregnancy without any other form of birth control, by the way. Every woman--and man--should be aware of this information.
(Reproductive specialist)
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replied May 4th, 2010
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Re: RE: @acsacs77
DrWintre wrote:
@acsacs77: unless your periods are almost always VERY irregular, it is virtually impossible to become pregnant during the week immediately after your period. Look up "fertility cycle" for more info. Basically, you can only get pregnant within a specific window during your monthly cycle. Simply knowing this and avoiding your most fertile times of the month is 99% effective at preventing pregnancy without any other form of birth control, by the way. Every woman--and man--should be aware of this information.
(Reproductive specialist)
NOT TRUE. I am no reproductive specialist, but I am a mother and my cycles were ALWAYS regular, as were a few of my relatives and my two sisters. The truth is, you are MORE LIKELY TO NOT get pregnant shortly before/during/shortly after your menses, HOWEVER (as in my case) some women DOUBLE OVULATE, some women have gotten pregnant while on their period (my little sister) and some women get pregnant shortly before/shortly after their period has come (myself and a few friends of mine)

DrWintre, as a "reproductive specialist", you should be aware that NFP (natural family planning) has only about a 60-80% success rate for prevention of pregnancy in the average couple (meaning that NFP is time-consuming, you have to have regular periods, you cannot have any type of infection, be it BV or a simple yeast infection, as this can alter the basal body temp and the cervical mucous), and even less of a success rate for pregnancy prevention in teens. Any reputable doctor or reproductive specialist would tell a teen, who's body may still be developing and adjusting to a normal rhythm in cycles, or tell the average woman (who has too busy a life to check her basal body temp and cervical mucous) that the best methods of prevention of pregnancy are contraceptives, condoms, and tubal ligations (if they want a permanent route of prevention)are the most effective methods besides abstinence.

Don't think I am trying to say that NFP is bad or useless. It can be VERY effective for those who use it correctly, those who have normal and regular menses, those who don't have active infections, and those who don't double-ovulate. But you can STILL become pregnant with NFP...as with any birth control (besides abstinence), it is NOT fail-safe. NFP is time-consuming, you have to have the proper education and teaching to do it right, and you have to do it RIGHT, or it will not work. Teens, with their busy lives (and the lack of responsibility that comes along with being a teen...no offense, but been there, know how it was) should not attempt NFP. If a teen is going to have sex, they NEED to protect themselves, not just from pregnancy, but from STDs as well, and NFP cannot prevent STDs. Teens should use condoms AND (barring any medical conditions that would prevent the use of) oral contraceptives.

Laboratory Specialist (jack of all blood/mucous/stool/urine/throat swabs/biopsies...you get the point)
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replied May 28th, 2010
Can you feel when a guy ejaculates inside of you?
i no im 2 young 2 b wanting 2 no this. but wen my time comes i want 2 b prepared nd wat 2 expect. im 13 by the way.
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replied May 31st, 2010
can you feel it when a guy cum inside the vagina?
me and my hubby been together for almost 2 years and im 16 and he's 18... he cums inside me all the time but i dont be knowing it but this time he told me but i didnt feel him cum but do i suppose to feel it when he nutt?
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replied June 9th, 2010
Natural Family Planning
There are different types of Natural Family Planning (NFP). The Creighton Model is the most advanced and boasts an extremely high success rate when trying to avoid pregnancy or trying to get pregnant. For avoiding pregnancy, it has a better success rate than the pill in practice. My wife and I were married 7 years before we got pregnant (by choice). We no have 4 wonderful children (all planned).

I do think that intercourse within marriage is still best. Besides, if someone loves you enough to have sex with you but not enough to marry you is not someone you should be doing it with.
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replied June 16th, 2010
ejaculation
My lady said she's scared cos she always feel hot when ever i cum on her... Is anything wrong with that???
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replied June 17th, 2010
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so me and my girlfriend have sex at least everyday we see echother withc is like alott and me and her have tryed to stop but its just so hard to not i have been pulling out n yet sometimes i pull out and theres nuthing there or its just not enyware to be found ha n i get realy freaked out about it and i really need some advice to kinda find out is it me or am i totaly scrued
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replied June 19th, 2010
feeling a man cum
Having a 9 inch long by 6.75 around penis, I have heard they can feel the pulse of my rod and swelling of my shaft before I orgasim. Then the can feel it traveling up my shaft on the bottom side. I put the tip of my penis on their cervix and they can feel the warmth and pressure as I cum.
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replied June 28th, 2010
A quick question to be hopefully answered.
So, my boyfriend and I had sex for I would say the second time(he didn't really get anywhere the first, as in no precum), but our second time he precummed. We used protection of course since I'm a very cautious type, I mean even ultra thin condoms bother me, which sadly was used. Well, he precummed and went going since I didn't feel anything and when he pulled out again the precum wasn't at the tip of the condom any longer, but he said it was around his penis since when he pulled off the condom it was extremely sticky. I took a shower afterwards and this is about a week before my period, but with what happened to his cum in the condom is that natural? I would really appreciate an answer since my other friends who are having sex don't know since she's on the pill and they don't use a condom(extremely dangerous). An answer would bring a peace of mind to me since I am too young to be pregnant.
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replied July 10th, 2010
okay so im 16 and ive only been with my boyfriend for 11 months and we have had sex 2 times. its been a week sinnce the last time ive started spotting and cramping and gettin this bad feeling that im pregnant. i asked him if he came inside me and he said he didnt pull out in time. so am i pregnant? i looked and i could see some of the cum inside me so can anyone help me? am i pregnant?
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replied August 6th, 2010
help ! :'(
im 14 and 6\8\10
my boyfriend puted his penis in me n he pulled his penis out off me and started cumming we dont knoe for sure if he came inside off mee i didnt feel it and when i went to check there was no cum around the outside off my vigina is it prob that am pergant ? im really scared i need anwserds im soo stupid !
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replied August 27th, 2011
should have had sex with me instead >_> i know how to hold it, i'll orgasm and the sperm'll get trapped in my shaft till i pull out and then i bust on they tits, so sexy when they lick it off too....TMI
no but take a pregnancy test thats how you'll know
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replied September 29th, 2011
Im 13 i had sex with my bf yesterday , i loved his sex he was going in with no condom , but i am scared he percum because when i got up he was cumming alot but i didnt feel nothing.
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