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right i had sex last week with this guy 2 times, n he used a condom both times i sae him put it on. if it fell off i wuld hav noticed right? also i gave him a hand job and he fingerd me whilst not wearing a condom is there anyway i may become pregnant from this or catch an std. i hav also noticed so discomfort itching/swellin in my vagina and some unusual discharge.. is this normal. i'm really worried as his penis did come very close when he wasnt protected. how wil i kno if im pregnant i already hav a very irregular cycle. pls help!!
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First off, you will know you are pregnant if you wait 10-14 days after the sexual encounter and take a home pregnancy test.

Second, yes, you *will* notice if the condom ripped or fell off. To check for tears, you can *properly* remove the condom after sexual intercourse and then fill the condom with water. tie it up and then look for water leaking out.

As for the hand job (manual sex), you can transmit an STD if both you and he have open sores or cuts on your skin. Even small cuts -- the kind you don't even notice -- can transmit disease. This is why it is ultra-important to roll a condom on him as soon as he's hard. however, unless you rubbed his semen on your vulva during/after manual sex, you aren't going to get pregnant.

As far as your itching, swelling and discharge, if you don't use additional lubricant with your condom, you can chafe your vagina during sex. Use water-based lube; not only does it feel so much better, but it also makes it less likely that the condom will break. Itching could be an infection, which will require a doctor visit. Swelling could be infection, of chafing. In either case, if you are not feeling any better within 3 days after sex, you should call your doctor and see if you have any sort of infection.

Correlation does not equal causation.

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thanx for your help. i just thought i would add that had the condom broken during intercourse i would have felt him cum which i dont think i did.
i'm still worried about having caught an std as this wasonly my second sexual partner and i know that he has slept with many other ppl. i dont have anyone to talk to as i kno my parnets would go mad at me, it doesnt help that he is 5 years older.
how much does a home pregnancy test cost as i am very shot of cash, thank you for helping me im sorry for askin so many questions,

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Actually, it's very unlikely that you would feel him orgasm--you're not likely to notice semen entering your vagina, plus, you're in the heat of the moment.

You can buy pregnancy tests for around £10.

Here's what I suggest doing:
Consider telling your parents. They deserve to know.
Call the UK Family Planning Association helpline.
Read through Scarleteen articles and find out about how your body works--
Ready or Not? –The Readiness Checklist
Where DID I Come From? – Human Reproduction

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