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Member # 95681
posted 04-29-2012 04:48 AM
Hello Scarleteen forum!
I need a little help. So for the past few hours, I've been a little worried, a lot worried actually. Let me tell you my situation. First, my boyfriend and I are getting to the stage where we start doing more private things, and today we didn't really think ahead, though we were trying to be careful. Let me put this into steps. Round 1) We were rubbing against each other, and we were nude, but there was no direct contact between the head of his penis and my vagina. When he ejaculated, it wasn't quite near my vagina, and the flap(I don't know the technical term) was closed. So that couldn't have gotten me pregnant right? We then proceeded to the showers to wash off with hot water for a while. Round 2) We were rubbing against each other some more, but this time, with clothes between. I then gave him a bj. After, we washed again. I rinsed my mouth with the water and swallowed. Round 3)When we started round 3, we had started rubbing against each other with clothes on, then another bj, then rubbed against each other without clothes, but this time, there was slight direct contact with the head of his penis and my vagina (not inside though) and then another bj. I already initially read some posts about how sperm can't survive in the mouth for very long, so it is unlikely to be transferred, but I still have many worries about this. I'm sorry for the long post and description, please help me Scarletteen forum volunteers. Thank you, A worried teen.
Member # 20094
posted 04-29-2012 05:06 AM
So, any direct contact (without any clothes in between) between his penis and your vulva - the outside of your genitals - poses a risk of pregnancy. Whether or not your labia (the flaps around the opening of your vagina) are closed or covering the opening doesn't really matter.
Without ejaculation, that risk is quite low, but there is still a risk. If this happened in the last 120 hours, you can still get - the morning after pill - if you want to reduce that risk even further. Emergency Contraception The following articles should help clear up for the future what poses a pregnancy risk and what doesn't. Innies & Outies: The Vagina, Clitoris, Uterus and More Pregnancy Scared? Where DID I Come From? A Refresher Course in Human Reproduction The other thing to keep in mind about the situations you've described is the risk of STIs, so if you and your partner have never had a full screening before, it's a great time to get started with those. If you want, we can also talk about how you can have a conversation with your partner about starting to use condoms and other safer sex practices, and other birth control methods if you'd like. [ 04-29-2012, 05:07 AM: Message edited by: Karybu ]
Member # 95681
posted 04-29-2012 10:48 AM
Thank you for the help,
I don't think I have to worry about getting pregnant, but just in case, I think I'm going to take the pill. Are there any great side effects from taking this? I've actually gotten sick and I've heard I might get nausea and vomiting as a side effect. My body is already weak from this cold and I'm just wondering if I'll feel great side effects from the pill as well. Thank you, Someone that's less worried
Member # 95681
posted 04-29-2012 10:51 AM
Also, where and how do I get the pill? Is it just an over the counter thing?
[ 04-29-2012, 10:52 AM: Message edited by: Gile ]
Member # 90293
posted 04-29-2012 12:31 PM
Depending on where you live and how old you are, you can get emergency contraception from your pharmacist without a prescription. People under the age of 17 in the U.S. need a prescription from a doctor or clinic.
Member # 95681
posted 05-31-2012 11:34 PM
This might just be me being paranoid or such, but I'm start to develop a little bit of fat a few inches under my bellybutton. (There's also a stretch mark) The thing is, it feels hard, not soft. Do you think this might just be muscle development in that area, or is this a sign of pregnancy? Thank you, A worried teen
Member # 25425
posted 06-01-2012 03:56 AM
Did you ever wind up taking the Plan B?
Either way, at a month after the risk, you'd be barely three weeks pregnant. That is way too soon for you to start showing. But if you want, you can now take a pregnancy test and receive an accurate result.