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Alergnon
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Last night I had a friend buy me some beer, gave him money to get it for me. We chilled together while I'm drinking it. I don't remember being drunk or if I was at all. I had 3 beers in total. Well, my guy friend was laying on the couch and well I kept teasing him. Then he wanted to see how big my room was so I showed him how messy it was. Well, he sat on the bed and I continued to tease him a little bit. Then I started to tickle his arm pit and then move down to this stomach. From there he was tickling me.

Okay to get to the point. He's about 7-8 years older than I am. Thing is he wasn't wearing a condom at all and I asked if he wanted one after I realized it was by my vagina. He tried to get it in but didn't work. I'm not on any form of birth control at all due to my ovarian cysts- usually receive a period 2-3 months later after each one. Another thing is he precummed or ejaculate or something before all this.

Giving all the information, should I get plan B? or Do you think I'll be safe?

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Another thing he was like sucking on my breasts really strong and there sore and that. I noticed I had like what you call "hickey" on them. But, the "hickey" isn't in the spot where he sucked them... why is it lower on the breast, he sucked and was biting on my nipple...
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So you attempted to have intercourse, but he could not get inside? That means that there was direct genital contact, and that does pose a pregnancy risk. Since no condoms were used and you are not on any form of hormonal birth control, you'll want to consider taking EC if you do not wish to become pregnant.

Unprotected genital contact also poses STI risks, so you'll also want to schedule an STI test.

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Alergnon
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Okay, I was thinking of going to the health unit here in town and get one... one thing, last time I went they wouldn't give it to me due to my ovarian cysts and it was out of their practice to give anything to me, so I had to wait the next day to go to an walk-in clinic and pay the fee of 2 dollars rather me paying nothing at the health unit.

I am seeing a OB/GYN Thursday about all of this and get checked for STI's.

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Another thing I am due for my period next week... is this bad? If it comes due to my ovarian cysts.
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Since EC is a one-time dose, rather than a regular thing, it's usually okay to take EC even for people who cannot take hormonal birth control for health reasons. If the health center in town won't give it to you, you can also try going to an ER, or giving your gynecologist a call.

I'd not waste too much time trying to figure out where you are in your cycle. If your periods are irregular, it's impossible to predict that anyway.

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Okay Thank You.
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