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Ransu
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My penis was inserted in her vagina for just a few cm.
Not to the point that her hymen is broken.
Is there a chance that pregnancy can occur?
I'm worried.

She's on the third cycle of her pills now but recently she missed her pills by hours.
Less than 4 hours.
Are they still as effective as they are?

[ 01-18-2012, 01:28 AM: Message edited by: Ransu ]

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Kachina
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The corona (formerly called the hymen) doesn't actually break, but gradually stretches open over time. Also it is not inside the vagina more than a few cm, it is at the very entrance, if she still has any left. Whether there is any left or not is not connected in any way to pregnancy, nor is how far your penis went inside of her. So there is a pregnancy risk here, yes.

If the pill was only missed by a few hours, then they should still be very effective.

Here's a few articles for more info:
My Corona: The Anatomy Formerly Known as the Hymen & the Myths That Surround It
Three questions about taking the birth control pill (and plenty of answers)
Where DID I Come From? A Refresher Course in Human Reproduction

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Ransu
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She had pink spotting few days ago.
I hope its the side effect of the pills?

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Ransu
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Oh also, when I was trying to insert my penis in her vagina, she complain that it hurts and I'm sure I didn't properly insert into it.
Maybe just genital contact..

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Saffron Raymie
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Spotting, of any colour, is a common side effect of taking the pill, yes. Pills are extremely effective at preventing pregnancy (98-99% effective), when taken properly - which it sounds like they have been.

If a certain kind sex is hurting either of you, it's always best stop doing that activity and talk. Before you tried to enter your penis into her vagina, were you engaging in lots of other kinds of sex that you were both really enjoying? Was your partner very arroused during that? Were you both very relaxed and excited about what you were doing? Were you using a lubricant?

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Ransu
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I told her to told me when it hurts so I can stop.
So yeah I stopped when she's hurting.
Don't want to hurt her.
Oral sex, petting, kissing etc etc.
Yes she was aroused.
Yes.
Does vaginal mucus count?
I think it does as its the most natural lubricant a girl can have.

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Saffron Raymie
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Sorry for all the questions there, Ransu; just trying to get a clearer picture. I get that you didn't want to hurt her, and you didn't hurt her; sometimes our bodies just don't do what we'd like them to do, or go at the pace we'd like them to go at, if you know what I mean?

Were you taking entry into the vagina slowly and gently; like with just a gloved fingertip at first, then gradually more entry with a finger? With her communicating with you all the time about what feels really great?

A person's vaginal lubricants do count as lubricants. However, sometimes the vagina just doesn't produce enough lubricant to make sex comfortable for the entire time you're engaging in sex; and if you were doing other sexual activities before, it could be that there wasn't enough vaginal lubricant there.

How much vaginal lubricant we produce tends to depend on a lot of different factors, as well, and is situational: we won't always produce the same amount of lubrication every day, every year, every decade, or in every relationship or sexual situation.

Sometimes, how lubricated we are also is related to our fertility cycle and the chemical changes in our bodies: for instance, when we're most fertile, our cervical mucus is very thin, fluid and slippery, but during times of our cycle when we're less fertile this can be different.

So, having additional lubriant from a bottle so you can keep adding a little bit as you go along definately helps with comfort and pleasure.

Here's some more on intercourse, entry and pain:

-From OW to WOW!
- The Etiquette of Entry

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