Ok well, Its embarresting to say this, but i got drunk about a week and a half ago and got a little friendly with this guy.. being drunk, i didnt care so i let him stick it in a couple times.. PEPLE cept commin in the room so we just said forget it, but ever sense ive been jus really paronoid. THEN 4 days ago i had sex with my boyfriend and ever sense.. ive been feeling disconfert from my bellybotton down. IM a really PARONOID person.. and i was wondering if thats a sign of STD's, pregnency, and if it just rubbed too hard..
PLEASE help me figure this out because im freaking myself out into depression
-------------------- Calley.. Posts: 1 | From: Lake Orion | Registered: Jun 2006
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Well, if either or all of this scenarios did not involve use of condoms for ALL the contact you had BOTH pregnancy and STI risks.
(And if you haven't been honest with your boyfriend, some of that discomfort is likely intellectual and emotional, especially if you two have not agreed that it's okay for both of you to have other partners. Know, too, that you need to tell him about that, because even WITH condom use, you've put him at extra STI risks he needs to know about to take care of his own health.)
It's too late for emergency contraception, so you'll just have to wait on your period. Since you also will want to schedule a full STI screening a couple weeks from now, if your period is late the, you can get a pregnancy test that day, too.
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