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Fit Claire
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ok, basically last night i went to 2nd and 3rd base with this guy then he tried to have sex with me. before he had time to put his penis inside me i pushed him away but it did touch the opening of my vagina.
by this time he hadn't come.

so what i;m asking is whether, in your opinion, i should bother going to get the morning after pill or if theres not really much chance of me getting pregnant??

love claire.x

p.s my period is due any day now if that makes any difference.


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Reaper33X
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Well its too late to get the morning after pill now.
I wouldn't worry at all. If his penis barely touched the openning to your vagina, and he hadn't cum yet, there's not a whole lot of risk of contracting anything, and virtually no chance of you getting pregnant.

~CJ


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wobblyheadedjane
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Nuh-uh, sorry Reaper, but she does have a pregnancy and STD risk due to the prescence of pre-ejaculate, which is there pretty much anytime a man's penis is erect. It makes no difference if the penis was there for only a second, or if he didn't orgasm.

Since this episode happened only last night, and ECP works up to 100 (and even 120 now, it seems) hours after the event, I don't see any reason why Claire shouldn't get the morning after pill. And in a few months, Claire, you should schedule a full STD screening too, to make sure everything's clear on that end, okay? Good luck.


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Fit Claire
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thanks alot for the advice.
i think i will get it after all.

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good for you! it just makes me cheery right now to have seen that you're gonna go ahead and be responsible enough to take necessary steps to prevent pregnancy (and hopefully follow through on the STD check suggested, too).

we all have had moments we said "oh no", hopefully we all learn from them, and it's great that a person takes care of themselves.

just feeling all warm & fuzzy right now... don't mind me. up a longggggg time.


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kittylouise711
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Yes, there is a pregnate risk, here. You should take the morning after pill, and, if you feel you should, take a pregnancy test. And I agree with wobblyheadedjane, you should get a STD screening, as well as a STI, ya know, just to be sure. 8)
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kittylouise711, there's really no need to post just to repeat what's already been said.
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I was just reviewing what was said and added to maybe get an STI screening, which was not mentioned.
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And I also said perhaps taking a pregnancy test, which was also not mentioned.
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wobblyheadedjane
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Well, if you're getting a full STD screening, this includes STIs as well. Also, since Claire is still concerned with getting ECP at this point, taking a pregnancy test is sort of silly since it's a) too soon, and b) not necessary unless she has a delayed period, and is worried.
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