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Had oral protected sex on the on the same condom had protected vaginal sex repeated 2 times changed condoms pregnant or hiv std vaginal bleed tok pil
Condom, both is best: Birth control pills are very helpful in not getting pregnant, but even if you use them properly you still need to use a condom to prevent sexually transmitted infections. Using both is optimal. See checklists in healthtap on having safe sex. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hiv risk of unprotected oral sex and vaginal sex. separate incidents. no ejaculation. little to no pre ejaculate.
Use a condom!: All forms of unprotected sex leave both partners at higher risk for HIV, as well as other sexually transmitted diseases. Sexually transmitted diseases leave you more vulnerable to acquiring HIV. When you have unprotected sex, it is easy for semen, vaginal/rectal fluid or blood infected with HIV to enter your system, no matter the amount. ...Read more
Does vaccination against HBV offer protection for a partner havng sexual relations with a chronic HBV infected husband?
Am I HIV risk for unprotected frottage (penis on anus) AFTER protected anal sex/fingering with male then had additional protec sex again? Rubbed tip of penis on anus (lube, poss mucosa around area)
Protection: You. Are at risk. The risk may not be high without penetration into the nays but is still substantial. You should get testing and take precautions in the future. As a general rule, if you are questioning whether or not something is safe, it usually isn't! BE CAREFUL!!!!! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Condom broke during intercourse, second sexual relation. No eyaculation during the intercourse. Ovulation days . Took Plan B 2 h after. Pregnancy cha?
Very low..: Unless you did not use protection the first time. ...Read more
The degree of: risk depends on the time the Plan B was taken. Even if the male did not ejaculate - pre-ejaculate could have been released. Plan B One-Step is up to 89 % effective when taken within 72 hours (3 days) after unprotected sex. It can reduce chance of pregnancy by up to 95% if used within 24 hours. It continues to reduce the risk of pregnancy up to 120 hours (5 days) after unprotected sex, but is less ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Well if he : Ejaculated at some point before or after being limp ; then a limp penis remained in the vagina with a condom - this could allow for leakage of ejaculate or pre-ejaculate. If your protection is an oral contraceptive which you have taken consistently for at least a month - then the chance of pregnancy is really very low. ...Read more
No: Iud's are a great way to prevent pregnancy but they do not protect against sexually transmitted infections. You should continue to use condoms to protect yourself from infections. With Progesterone iud's the cervical mucous is thickened and there is a slight decrease risk of pelvic inflammatory disease after the 1st 2 weeks but you can still catch something. Be smart and use a condom. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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