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lovnlife
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i wanted to thank you for your response...on how i went down on my boyfriend and we kissed and then he went down on me...this has been a good lesson, im definately not ready for sex...and anyone this worried about pregnancy should rethink their behavior. i did have another question though. i got my emergency contracpetion with out seeing the doctor. i called the other day,just to ask her a little bit more about it. after i told her i was worried about pregnancy from oral sex, she said i shouldnt be- and that you can only get pregnant from intercourse. i didnt tell her that we had kissed though, is that relivent? how long could the sperm have stayed alive in my mouth. my boyfriend is sure there was some solid time before he went down on me. i know that the plan b should take my worrying away, but still...am i being paranoid? i hope so.

ps- i am going to be so careful in the future...


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glitter695
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quote:

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Oral Sex

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There is no direct risk of pregnancy due to oral sex alone. There is no direct route between the mouth and the genitals. Swallowing semen cannot make a woman pregnant (it can, however, infect her with an STD).

Unprotected oral sex may result in the transmission of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs). If you are having unprotected oral sex, consult your health care provider for an STD screening.

However, there may be a LOW risk of pregnancy if semen is shared mouth-to-mouth between two partners, and then one of the partners performs unprotected cunnilingus (oral sex on a woman) with semen or traces of semen on or in his mouth


This was taken from Whats The Risk

Hope that helps!!

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