Hey its me again. I haven't been on in a awhile but I got some issues..I made up my mind on the sex idea. I was ready and I did it the day after my birthday and I was fine.
Well I spent time with Ever on new years...We did it twice, on New Years and New Years Eve. The first time we used a condom the second time we did too. On the second time we did it Ever took it off there was this big hole right at the top of the condom. When he put it on there was no hole in the condom. I know Ever came because he told when he did. There was sperm in the condom but not as much as it was the last two times we did it. The condom wasn't old or to small. Why did it get a hole in it?? I didn't take a pergnancy test because I forgot how long you are suppose to wait before u take the test.
Now lately i been feeling kind of strange like horrible stomach aches out of no where. I been to the guidance office like a least 6,7 times this week. I been eating strange things like hot sauce in ice cream??lol or not eating enough like my mom cooked tacos from scratch(My favorite)and I didn't eat it. I tried to force myself to eat it but I couldn't. Or the Puerto Rican rice my mom cooked and I ate like basically the whole big bowl or the rice and i didn't even feel like eating that. Last but not least my period it didn't come on like it was suppose too.I need some answer thanx ~EversBoo~
Puerto Rican O.o o.O always spaced out 0.o o.0 Puerto Rican Donde esta corazon??
It'd be very early to be having pregnancy symptoms, especially food cravings. Worrying you may be pregnant, however, can cause psychosomatic symptoms.
In the 10th, you can take a test.
For future reference, when you have a birth control failure (like when you rip a condom -- were you using extra lubricant? Was the condom in good condition and before the expiry date?), you can obtain emergency contraception, as we often talk about here on the site. But ideally, the needs be taken before 72 hours have passed, and no later than 120 hours. At this point, all you can do is wait it out.
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