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karibenitez
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I had unprotected sex maybe 15 seconds yesterday and he never ejaculated.
The last time I had sex was probably 2 months ago.
Hours after I had sex I felt discharge coming out and it was a lot coming out, it was really thin and clear but with little pieces of brown in it.
Today I got that again.
My last period was from February 29 - March 4th.
I'm always very irregular and according to my iPod my period is due tomorrow (it's always inaccurate because I'm irregular).
I have been having really light cramps lately.
How at risk am I for getting pregnant?
I'm freaking out, what is this discharge?!
Is it my body cleaning itself for my period?
OMG I'm never doing this again.
I'm 19 years old and in college and cannot ruin my life!

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karibenitez
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He ejaculated minutes later from masturbation so I know he didn't ejaculate inside of me.
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Hey, karibenitez: as you might remember from when you registered, one of the rules we have here that people agree to when registering involves a "three-strikes" rule with pregnancy scares. In a word, if and when we have already talked a given user through scares three or more times, and they haven't taken our suggestions or changed their habits -- like switching from unprotected sex to protected, keeping consistent with that, or finding a new method of BC if and when someone obviously doesn't feel adequately protected with what they're using -- and keep asking about scares, we draw a line.

We do that for a lot of reasons, both to make sure all our users get answered, without us getting stuck with the same issue from someone else, especially when they're clearly not taking our advice, but also to be sure we're not enabling someone in continuing to take risks they don't want to or can't handle by always talking them off a ledge.

You've come to us with similar scares and scenarios more than three times (I've just gone through and counted three scares now for engaging in unprotected sex, and a scare before then with protected sex), so I'm drawing that line, and would remind you that moving forward, if you don't want to be at risk like this, which you clearly don't, then you're going to need to change the choices you're making, either choosing to only engage in sex with some reliable method of birth control/safer sex consistently, or by stepping away from partnered sex if you can't seem to hold that line.

If you want to talk about why you're having trouble making these changes, I'm happy to do that, but we need to set a limit on talking you through any more scares per our guidelines. I'd also be happy to review some sexual health protocols with you, like being sure you're getting regularly tested for STIs, especially since your sexual history includes unprotected sex.

If you want more info on this scare and the possibility of pregnancy, you can also read through this: Pregnancy Scared?.

[ 04-08-2012, 02:35 PM: Message edited by: Heather ]

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