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floyo
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i had an inquiry. my girl friend and i had sex and we used flavored condoms. are there any chances of her to be pregnant ??. . we had oral sex and then used the same condom for vaginal sex. . however, there was no ejaculation. . i await for your reply. [Frown]

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Sam W
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Hi floyo,

With this type of vagina sex, there is always a some risk of pregnancy. However, since the condom did not break or come off, you can assume it did it's job (plus, you backed it up with withdrawl, which further decreases the chances of pregnancy). In the future it would be better to not use a flavored condom for penetration, as sometimes the substances used to flavor them can cause irritation in the vagina and increase the odds of a yeast infection.

[ 05-30-2014, 12:17 PM: Message edited by: Sam W ]

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floyo
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thanks sam w ... but since there can be chances of pregnancy would it be advisable to take contraceptive pills ?. we are really scared although there wasn't any ejaculation or condom break...

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The chances of pregnancy using a condom combined with withdrawal are really, really, low. You can see it here. A flavored condom doesn't make any difference. [Smile]

About taking contraceptive pills, that's something that only you and your partner can decide. One important thing about sex is to trust and feel safe with the methods we are using for birth control and safe sex. If and when we don't trust them is always good to take some time to think about if there are different methods that would make us feel better or maybe we need to reconsider the kinds if sex we are having.

I think this article could be helpful:

Have a Little Faith in BC

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floyo
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thank you edith .. [Smile] ..

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hey sorry to ask again .. but recently she felt a bit dizzy for some time and than soon she was fine .. could this be any kind of symptom ? i mean shes eating a lot recently so she wouldn't be dizzy cause of hunger right ? [Frown]
please help

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We really can't know why she was feeling dizzy. If it was just once, then people can feel dizzy for all kinds of reasons, and there's no cause for concern. If she feels dizzy often or for a long time, she should see a healthcare provider.

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really thankful to the advice you people at scarleteen have given. . it really helps us teens a lot . . [Smile] [Smile]

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i am really very sorry to bother you people again. . today she told me that she felt slight pain in her uterus region. . and she said that she had slight chest pain also. . please help us . . [Frown] .. would be really greatful

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Molias
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As Redskies mentioned above, we can't diagnose health problems here - if she's concerned about the pain she's feeling, the next stop is for her to check with a doctor. There is just no way for us to have any idea what might be causing that.
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