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redmona2
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hello

im am wondering about two things. First thing is that i have been with my boyfriend for almost 9 months now and we just started having oral sex about on the sixth month and he hasnt and neither have i had a relationship for about a year. And neither of us has done anything sexual besides kissing our old boyfriends/girlsfriends. So im asking if he wasnt wearing a condom when i gave him oral sex, could anything happen to me? As for my second question, I am wondering if it will hurt when i have sex for the first time with him. We have been talking about this for about two months know, and we still havent taken the step because im alittle to scared due to the fact the people say that your first time always hurts. Can you tell me if that's true or not and if it is will anything happen afterwards like bleeding from the vagina?
thank you. [Confused]

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atm1
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If both of you have only kissed others, it is highly unlikely, though not outright impossible, for either of you two to have had an STI risk. When you start being sexually active, it's good to get into the habit of getting tested anyways.

First time intercourse should not hurt. Generally, painful intercourse is a sign that the woman is not fully aroused and/or the couple is not using extra lube. For more details, why don't you look at these articles:
First Intercourse 101
Ready or Not? The Scarleteen Sex Readiness Checklist

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redmona2
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Thank you! I have been worrying for a while about those questions.
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redmona2
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Hey again,
I have another question. My question this time is that i found a white kind of pimple in my mouth but i'm pretty sure it's one of those things that the denist says dont chew on your mouth you'll get these. But im not sure. Can you please clear this up for me?
thank you.

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Karybu
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Since it's inside your mouth, it's not likely a herpes sore, but if you aren't sure, it's always a good idea to check in with a doctor. (For what it's worth, it sounds like a canker sore - which are totally harmless - but it's always good to double-check.)

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