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Goldengirl76
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So last Tuesday my boyfriend and I had sex for the first time. Then we had sex Wednesday too. We used a brand new box of Trojan enz spermicide lubricated condoms. Both days, my boyfriend withdrew before anything happened. Then he took off the condom and washed his hands, I'm pretty sure. I don't remember but he might have fingered me after that. I'm supposed to start my period August 3rd. Could I be pregnant from the scenario I told you about?
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Onionpie
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Hi Goldengirl76, welcome to scarleteen. We are not actually answering pregnancy risk questions at the moment. For more information on that, and for all the information necessary to be able to assess any risks you may have had, please go here:
http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/ultimatebb.php?/ubb/get_topic/f/28/t/007116.html

Feel free to check back with us after having read all of that if anything doesn't make sense or you want clarification on any of the information [Smile]

[ 07-29-2012, 01:17 PM: Message edited by: Onionpie ]

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Goldengirl76
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Thank you! How can I control my anxiety? I'm not on birth control, but we used protection and the withdrawal. I just am the type to over think things or think too much about the situation to think things differently. How can I control this and lesson my worries or my anxiety due to sex?
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Onionpie
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Hey, sorry to hear you're having so much anxiety. Do you see a counsellor or therapist about your anxiety? If not, then it might be a good idea to start, as that can be really helpful. Also check in with yourself to really make sure that you're only doing things you feel totally comfortable with, that you're not moving too quickly sexually for you to be comfortable.

If you're not, and it sounds like you might not be because of all of this anxiety, it would probably be best to leave sexual activity off the table until you are more comfortable with any risks and are getting help for your anxiety [Smile]

If you would like, we could help you find counselling/therapy resources in your area. All we need is your zipcode, which you could include in a comment here, or if you want more privacy, you could email it to us along with a request to find local counselling resources [Smile]

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