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1 Can't Find a Pharmacy to Fill my Diaphragm Prescription (post #0) Safer Sex & Birth Control
2 She Says She's Not Ready to Date (post #0) LGBTQA Relationships
3 Statute of Limitations for Rap/Incest? (post #0) Abuse & Assault
4 Male Contraception: Wet Heat? (post #0) Ask Scarleteen
5 Rebound Dating? (post #0) Relationships
6 Switching From Hormonal to Non Hormonal Contraception (post #0) Safer Sex & Birth Control
7 Pain and bleeding from gyno exam (post #0) Sex Basics and Sexual Health
8 On the Pill, Wandering Period (post #0) Sex Basics and Sexual Health
9 Illness makes me too tired to have sex (post #0) Support Groups
10 Lube Reccomendations? (post #0) Safer Sex & Birth Control
11 Boyfriend Staying the Night, Disrespectful to Parents (post #0) Relationships
12 Burning Sensation When Urinating After Sex (post #0) Ask Scarleteen
13 Switching Birth Control Pills Being Very Hard on my System (post #0) Sex Basics and Sexual Health
14 Just asking if I should use a morning after pill (post #0) Ask Scarleteen
15 Lots of Thoughts on Virginity and Sex from a Known Over Thinker (post #0) Bodies
16 Local help resources question (post #0) Abuse & Assault
17 hymen question (post #0) Ask Scarleteen

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