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i had sexual intercoure for the first tme. earlier i was just had sex without intercourse, but this time i had intercourse but i felt pain, and i dont think so that the the penis went totally in. but i fear i might get pregnant. my partner he had the condom on, but it tore and once he forgot to wear. please can you help. my mensturation date is 12th and today is 4th. will i have my periods?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    When a man has an erection, a little bit of clear fluid seeps out of the head of his penis. This lubricating fluid, or "precum," is full of sperm. Sometimes the precum has almost as much sperm in it as the actual semen, or "c u m." Even if your partner doesn't go all the way inside you, just getting the head of the penis inside your vagina is enough to get you pregnant, especially if the condom broke or if you didn't use a condom at all.

    The reason you felt pain was that your partner's penis broke your hymen, or "cherry." Losing your virginity does involve a little bit of blood and pain, but that goes away. There are a few misconceptions about losing your virginity. The first is that you can't get pregnant the first time you have sex. That is untrue. Millions of teenage pregnancies happen every year because of that myth.

    Yes, you can get pregnant the first time you have sex.

    Yes, you can get a sexually transmitted disease, or "STD," the first time you have sex.

    The point here? Yes, you could be pregnant. If your period is late, go see your family doctor or get checked out at Planned Parenthood. If your period is on time, count your blessings and see if you can get on the Pill. If you feel that you are mature enough to be sexually active, then you are mature enough to make sure that you don't have a baby when you don't want one (as you obviously don't). See your doctor about birth control pills, or carry some form of protection with you, be it condoms, a diaphragm, or some other form of protection. All contraceptives offer protection against pregnancy, but the only one that will also protect you against sexually transmitted diseases is a condom.

    One last thing--a Coca-Cola douche will NOT, repeat, WILL NOT protect you against pregnancy. The Coke won't kill the sperm--if anything, the Coke will push the sperm farther along your reproductive tract, which will make getting pregnant easier.

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  • Rebz
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    1 decade ago

    if you think the condom failed you should have got the morning after pill.

    Are you on the contraceptive pill at the moment.

    Its too early to see if you are pregnant, you have a week left.

    But saying that, when you are due on, do you get any symptoms like sore or tender breasts, bloated stomach, depends on every female.

    Whe did you have intercourse, if you think you would be pregnant you need to wait 3 weeks after the incident.

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  • 1 decade ago

    It's too early to tell if you're pregnant at the moment but you should wait and take a test...if it hasn't been more than five days since the incident then you should get the morning after pill (that is if you don't won't to be pregnant)

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  • 1 decade ago

    please provide more specific details, the more the better

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