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Vtechisgay
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This is an add on to my question that I recently posted) How do both of us really know if somethings wrong? I mean so far we've been ok. If I CAN get pregnant from this, how will I know. Its very confusing. Is there a good chance that both of us will be ok and nothing happened. What is an emergancy contreception? (thank you for your time)
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logic_grrl
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If I CAN get pregnant from this, how will I know.

How will you know if you're pregnant or not? By taking a pregnancy test.

And yes, you certainly CAN get pregnant from unprotected penetration.

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Is there a good chance that both of us will be ok and nothing happened.

You might get lucky. But really, this is not something to gamble with. You do have a significant risk of pregnancy, and pretending it's not there won't make that risk go away.

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What is an emergancy contreception?

I hate to say this, but you would know that already if you had read the article I linked you to. Here it is again:

Emergency Contraception

By the way, I just noticed that you already posted these exact same questions and got answered twice already:

http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/Forum27/HTML/008649.html
http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/Forum27/HTML/008659.html

Re-posting the exact same questions is not only against the board guidelines, it won't change the answers.

When you first posted about this, on the 8th, you might still have had a chance to get emergency contraception.

By now (the 13th), it's certainly too late for that, and you're going to have to wait until you can take a pregnancy test (when it's been at least 10-14 days since you had sex, or if your period is late).

[This message has been edited by logic_grrl (edited 11-13-2004).]


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