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Not abnormal: This is not considered abnormal from a health or psychiatric perspective, though i suppose normal boundaries are that we really dont want to know too much about our adult parents or adult children's sexual behaviors. ...Read more
Masturbation: Nope. There are no negative health consequences in general to this common sexual activity. ...Read more
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17. Female. forced into sex but not assaulted. Unprotected sex. I've been on birth control for three years. Three days late on period. Idkhowtotellmom?
Tell an adult: So sorry you had to go through such a traumatic event. Please seek medical attention asap, so you can get tested for STDs (most counties have free STD Clinics) and referred for counseling (most counties have rape crisis centers with free counseling). Just because you were not physically assaulted, if you were forced to have sex - you were sexually assaulted. U can call 1.800.656.HOPE. Take Care ...Read more
Vaginal penetration: If i understand your question, sexual actiity without intravaginal penetration and intromission can occasionally led to pregnancy.Ejaculation on the labia or pubic area or on the hand or fingers and then touching the vaginal area can cause a pregnancy.However, the fact that you are having a period would make this extremely rare and unlikely. ...Read more
None, ...: Contacting the right area with bacteria will always brings the potentially offending germs to the obviously or microscopically injured cells of skin or mucosa incurred by sexual acts. Hence there would be no imaginable ways to lessen STD risks; this is life reality and prevention by not doing it is the best way to avoid. Nonetheless, the odd of catching STDs is still low, but not impossible. ...Read more
First Sexual Pain: Instructions: many boys do not realize that they need to be patient and be very slow. Your partner needs some time to get the natural lubrication and the vagina naturally ready to expand with penetration. They also may still have their hymen in place and puncturing this can be painful and cause some bleeding. It is okay to teach your male partner to be gentle. ...Read more
See a physician: Psych therapy in combination with medications are proven to improve this problem. The first think is to get seen by a physician for a physical exam and labs. ...Read more
3/16/14unprotected sex with 1guy. 3/20 sex with other man unprotected. 3/17took levonogestrel. Previous menstuation 1/31 & 3/4/14..Who fatheredmychild?
Yes: Some do and some don't. It is a personal issue determines more by their own experience and personal values.It is not an issue that comes up in discussion but may be reflected by how their friends view such differences. ...Read more
Cracked Penis: I think we may need more information than what you wrote. But, in general men can break their penis with some types of vigorous activity. This can lead to a bend developing or a blood clot developing in the shaft of the penis. If there is pain, a change in shape then this gentleman will need to be seen at his doctor's or a good urologist. ...Read more
Male here. Had unprotected oral sex with new gf. She had sex partners before; I haven't. Her STD status unknown. I'm scared of STDs! Advice?
Some thoughts...: How is a guy who fears STD's going to manage sexual activities with a new girl who's had other partners? Possible choices: do not engage in sexual activities until after the wedding (yes, it is normal not to have premarital sexual activities); go with her to her doctor to get her checked and to review test results; have sex, be scared, but get oneself checked each month for 4 consecutive months. ...Read more