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ohitslovex3
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ok so two nights ago i hooked up with this guy. and we did everything except for sex. but he kept trying to have sex with me. i'm not a virgin anymore but i just didn't want to have sex with him. idk it's just that i don't like him like that. it was kinda random. but anyway.. he was forceful and he kept trying to stick his dick inside of me. and i kept pushing him away. we didn't end up having sex. but i'm just worried because he wasn't wearing a condom. and we were like dry humping and fooling around and stuff. but he didn't cum until i gave him head, but that was like at the very end and after that nothing else happened. but yeah i'm still kinda worried. idk...
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LilBlueSmurf
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You have every reason to be worried. A man doesn't need to ejaculate for there to be STI risks for his partner.

You need to schedule an appointment w/ your doctor (or a planned parenthood) for an STI screen. In the future, make sure you have condoms on you ... !! Condoms aren't just for intercourse ...

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ok thank you. i know he doesn't have anything because he has recently gotten tested. i was just worried about pregnancy. but i know he knows what he was doing.
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LilBlueSmurf
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You're trusting someone who tried to make you have intercourse w/ him against your will. Why?

I'd go get tested regardless of what he says his STI status is.

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ohitslovex3
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i know you're right. my mom found out about me having sex before. it was only with one guy. and that didn't go over too well. but she said she was taking me to get tested and she never has. but yeah.. she's going to take me to get tested soon.
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Honestly? If you think you're mature and responsible enough to have sex, you shouldn't need to wait for your mom to take you to get tested. You can go ahead and make that appointment yourself right away.

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i know but am i allowed to since i'm only 15. my mom said she would make the appointment for me, and i've never been to one before so i don't know where to go or where a good place in my area is to go.
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You can definitely make an appointment with a gyn or GP to get tested. It's generally a good idea to get annual gyno check-ups once you start menstruating, so now's a good time as any to get started on that. Since your mother has already suggested that you should see a gyno, why not ask her to recommend one to you?

This article should give you a good idea of what to expect:
Your First Gynecologist Visit

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okay. thank you.
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