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Kisses Me Pink
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I'm on nuvaring, and it always seems to slide down, not to the point where I can feel it which is why I didn't view it as a problem. My period has been more regular since I've been on it, and I've been on it for over a month.

But I heard it should be up towards your cervix, and my boyfriend and I have run out of condoms and we won't get a chance to get any before the next time we see each other. So, should I be fully protected, even though it's not all the way up there?

We are both STD free by the way, so that's not a worry.


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Ashy
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As long as it's in your vagina, you're protected.
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