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Ok...So me an my boyfriend have had sex for about 8 times now, we were never virgins when we met..But Wednesday( Aug,12) we were having sex but the condom was hurting real bad, so he took it off and we had sex without the condom for the first time.after having sex my vagina was burning real bad , I felt this stinging that i always felt after sex but it hurt even more. My boyfriend tried sucking it and blowing .After 5 minutes after it cooled down..My questions are could I become pregnant It was a week from my period that started (Aug,4), an why could it have been burning so bad?? Urgent!!!
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Understand that if you are not on a method of birth control besides condoms that you are putting yourself at risk of pregnancy and STIs by going without a condom. Especially when you take into consideration that you are not each other's first partner, I'd highly suggest you schedule a pair of STI screenings if you have not already.

That said, yes, you have put yourself at risk of pregnancy here. Any unprotected genital contact presents a risk of pregnancy regardless of where you are in your cycle. The stinging sensation that you experience could be a variety of things-- irritation from dryness, (especially if you are not using a lubricant with the condom); a result of your partner being too rough; a latex allergy if you are using latex condoms, or even still, it could be a symptom of an STI.

A pregnancy test is accurate 10-14 days after the risk, but also keep in mind that its super-advised that you get STI screenings done if you haven't already, and you may need a vaginal exam if these symptoms do not tend to subside right after sex.

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