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Monotonous
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I feel really stupid posting another question like this. It just makes me feel so much better to hear one of the volunteers tell me I'm alright.

Okay, so, I went to a pool party today. My boyfriend was there as well. I was latching onto him as he carried me to the other side of the pool, and our crotches were touching. He jokingly started to thrust and I freaked out at him, which I feel bad for, but... Okay. Can I get pregnant from that? Like, pre-ejaculate soaking through our swim suits? He was erect, I know that 'cause I felt it.

I really need to calm down, don't I. [Roll Eyes]

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What you're describing gives you NO risk of pregnancy, at all. (Though, I would tell your boyfriend that while you're having trouble stressing over the thought of becoming pregnant, he lay off ANY jokes like that, period.)

How's your situation coming, hon? Have you started looking into seeing a counselor or therapist to deal with addressing these anxiety issues related to pregnancy worries?

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Thanks for asking! Eh, it's coming around, I guess, but still not having my period doesn't really make me feel much better. And my boobs aren't sore in the least. [Frown] The last period I had was sometime in early June, and my great grandmother's in the hospital so my grandmother's always at the hospital, work, or just plain too busy to take me to a PP. She said she'll tell me when she has a day off, though.

The therapist deal; my father still hasn't gotten his benefits from his job yet. He was supposed to get them in June, I don't know what's going on. He doesn't like to involve me in those kind of matters, but I'll know when he has insurance for therapy and whatnot because that's when I'll get my glasses.

I've been keeping myself busy, which helps tremendously for keeping anxiety at bay. That, and having Scarleteen to come to, read, and get reminded that my situation gives me no pregnancy risks whatsoever.

What really bothers me is the STDs thing. Because my boyfriend and I have had VERY high risks of contracting STDs... I know if I have one, he needs to get tested. But he doesn't have someone to take him like I do. *sigh* Okay. Well. I'll deal with that when it comes, right? Right now I'm doing everything I can do, so why worry?

Thanks dailicious, just for being here. It helps a lot.

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