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Emmaa123-GB
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The other day I had sex with a friend (guy) and I know he didn't cum inside me but since then I've felt sick in my gut but nothing is happening I feel absolutely normal and nothing has changed but I felt like this a few weeks ago even when I hadn't had sex for a while what do you think?

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Was the sex protected? If so, there is no need to worry about pregnancy. If it was not protected, you have had a pregnancy risk as well as an STI risk.

Feeling sick a few days after sex is not a sign of anything, except maybe that you caught the flu, or ate something off. If you continue to feel nauseous, it would be a good idea to consult a doctor.

Or do you think that this is more of an emotional sick feeling? Feeling uneasy, ashamed or regretful?

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Johanna
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Emmaa123-GB
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The guy is (was) a virgin so I knew it wouldn't be an sti and it was half and half with protection but I do have the implant aswell so I know I'm slightly more protected
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If you have the implant, then you do not need to worry about pregnancy. However, an STI risk is still present.

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Johanna
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I still feel sick but I feel normals but I think I got an upset stomach from eating something I've heard if the head of the penis touches the cervix this can cause you to feel sick is there any truth in this?
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Sam W
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The penis hitting the cervix could cause some discomfort for someone, but that discomfort is not going to feel the same as a stomach flu or eating something bad.
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