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danx1985
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is it okay to ejaculate in her if she is on the pill and has been taking it at about the same time everyday for over a year?
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Bobolink
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The pregnancy risk is low but without a condom, you have no protection against SDI/STD's.

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danx1985
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well i know i dont have any stds because she is my first sexual partner. and I've known her for a long time, she doesn't have stds either. We were both virgins before we had sex.
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DarkChild717
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Actually, that has little to do with it. You cna still contract an STD or STI without sexual activity or contact.

So, if you want to continue without a condom, I'd highly suggest you and your partner to a "testing and dinner" sort of date, and head to your local clinic and get tested.

Please remember, many of the common STD's are asymptomatic for many of the young people who have them. This means you have the disease, but are not showing symptoms, and you can still transmit the disease.


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