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I'm male 20 and been in relationship for over a year.

I'm really worried about having sex for the first time. I want to have sex but I'm feeling really worried.

Shall I just do it anyway?


Should I wait until a time that I'm not feeling so worried?


I want to have sex, I feel I'm ready but sometimes I'm really worried about it. So now that I know I'm ready, do I have sex even if worried? Or wait until I'm ready and not really worried?

I'm thinking that I should wait until I'm not feeling REALLY worried before doing it?


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Robin Lee
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Hi santi234,

I have responded to this question in the other thread you posted. As per our guidelines which you agreed to when you registered, we ask that people post a question only once. Double or triple posting is not necessary.


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