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Be_Like_Thatt(:
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I'm 15 & me and my boyfriend had sex for the veryy first time a little over a week ago we were BOTH virgins he wasn't in longg before it starte to hurt me so we stopped my mom walked in before I got my clothes back on & out of all the nerves we were going through we swore up and down to our rather strict parents about all this that we did absolutely nothing that it was just a heavy make out. Me and him both realize that was stupid now.. We were completely freaked out that we got caught and that was maybe a week after the last day of my period.. I don't know what to do because we didn't use protection and I have to go to a neurologist and I'm scared for the possible baby! What do we do?!

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So had vaginal insertion, but no ejaculation? That means that you basically used withdrawal, which has a effectiveness rate from anywhere between around 73-95%.

What do you do now? Because it's been over a week since the risk, there is nothing you can do now, save wait until you can take a pregnancy test. You can get an accurate reading on a test at 10-14 days after the risk.

What is it that you are afraid of in terms of this doctor's visit?

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That they may request a CT scan I've heard they could have bad affects on babies.. How do I tell my mom that we lied in fear of making her more angry... We were in shock and we lied. Our parents were already mad..

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If this is your first appointment with this neurologist, you likely won't be having any scans or X-rays that day. A first appointment is usually just a consultation, and tests are schedule for another time. But even if they do need to run tests that day, you can ask to speak to them privately and let them know that you've had a pregnancy risk.

So, you don't have to talk to your mother if you don't want to. But, generally, honesty is the best policy. Do you two usually have a pretty good relationship? If so, I suggest you try and talk to her regardless.

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