hello again! i have a bit of a problem it seems.
I had sex with my boyfriend for the first time on wednesday ortuesday last week. He used a spermicidal condom, and he didn't come inside of me. two nights ago, I couldnt stop peeing, but it hurt. I went to the doctor, anad i found out it was a bladder infection. The thing is that I'm also bleeding (gross part ahead) little gobs of blood. My mom says myperiod is coming, do you think the bleeding is cause of that or cause I lost my virginity? I didnt tell my parents that I lost it cause they would have my head on a stick.
-------------------- -hurleygirl- Posts: 20 | From: USA | Registered: Mar 2007
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Well, are you due for your period? If you're not, and this is more than simple spotting, I would suggest calling up your doc again. Since it's been a few days since the intercourse, had you sustained any injuries, they would've healed up by now. So this is really something you should talk to a doctor about.
Also, two things about the condoms: Get regular ones, rather than spermicidal ones. The spermicide doesn't do anything, unless the condom breaks, in which case there isn't enough of it to make a difference. All the spermicide might do is irritate you. So ditch that. And also, the point of a condom is to contain the ejaculate, so there's no need to pull out. Pulling out actually poses the danger of slipping and spilling. We've got a great article on condoms that'll explain everything in detail, so you can be sure you're doing it right: Condom Basics: A User's Manual
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