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ok since i found this website i have learned a lot of things and i have become more scared now on having sex. Right now i'm only 17 and i have been having sex for about four months, with my boyfriend. Firs of i want to say that him nor me have any STDs. well ever since we started having sex (we have sex once a week), i seem to get aroused very quickly sometimes i don't want it but i just do out of nowhere, now i don't know if this is normal, but everytime i get aroused like that i get this white discharge and sometimes it's a lot, it seems to come from my cloritis, but i'm not sure.
One of my questions is that everytime me and my boyfriend have sex he wants to make me orgasm and he has achived it, the thing is that i read in another website that when a women gets an orgasm they have this liquid come out and it's not a lot, but mine is, it feels good, but it's makes me feel awkward afterwards because it seems like if i peed on my self.
well getting to my most important question. since i started having sex we use condoms ofcourse and i use a foam that kills sperm, so far this has come out to be very good because we have had sex with out a condom and i haven't gotten pregnant.
but lately everytime i get my period it seems that i don't bleed as much as i used to before i started having sex. is this normal?
when i used to get my periods befor i was always early or right on the 28th day, it seems to be changing, las moth i was late one day, and this month i see no sign of getting my period i usually know because my breast hurt. and so far there is no sign, i know that there is a posibility that i might be pregnant since i am having sex, now i know everyone asks you about IF they are pregnant but what are the symptoms?
people have told me that there is everything from vomiting, to eating too much. las time i had sex was last week, so are there any symptoms that could tell me if i'm pregnant? i hope though that i won't, for now i thing that i've had enough of sex, after reading your website i have become more scared than ever so THANK YOU!!
if you have any suggestions, i'm more than willingly to hear them

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Spermicides are not that great for preventing pregnancy by themselves, hon. They are meant to be paired with a condom, and by having sex without one, yes, you are at risk.

The only way - THE ONLY WAY - to tell if you're pregnant is to take a pregnancy test. Wait till two weeks after the event, or until after your period should have come, and then take one. If it's neg, wait a week and take another one.

Good luck, and tell us how it goes.

~lemming, Scarleteen Advocate

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Also, I missed this:

Firs of i want to say that him nor me have any STDs.

How do you know? Have you and your partner been monogamous for at least a year? Have you had two STD screens, six months apart, come up clean? If not, you need to be having protected sex, every time. You have exposed yourself to an STD risk, and you do need to get yourself tested to stay healthy!

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