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freaked out whether to go to doctor or no.

hello
i am 23 and i just had partial sex with my boyfriend.
we used a condom and he did not ejaculate at all
he was just rubbing it near my vagina and thats it.
we are very much scared and dont know what to since its our 1st time
he did not penetrate or cum inside or outside or near me and he had his condom on all the time.
i am due my periods by 30 th of this month and i am.freaked out whether to go to doctor or no.
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replied December 20th, 2012
Hello, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

If your partner did not ejaculate al all, did not penetrate, and had condom on all the time, then no, there is not much need to be worried. It is good to practice safe sex with condoms. However, condoms can break or leak. So avoid fertile days, that is, 2-3 days before to 2-3 days after ovulation.

How to know you have ovulated: Count back 14 days from the next expected due date of period, this gives the approximate date of ovulation in the present cycle. Some women get a spotting with ovulation and others get cramps. Almost everyone experiences an increase in white discharge around ovulation. There is always a rise in the basal body temperature (taken first thing in the morning before getting out of bed) around ovulation. There are ovulation tests available in market which you can use. Hope this helps. Take care!



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