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ladykay22
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A couple weeks ago my boyfriend and I were making out in the back of his car and then we stripped to underwear and he was grinding on me. He fingered me and then I gave him oral. He didn't ejaculate in my mouth or around my vagina.
I was uncomfortable with most of this, so I don't think I'm emotionally ready for sexual activity. I definitely won't do anything like this in the future because of the scare I'm having.
Anyways, I was wearing lacy underwear so I'm worried that somehow pre ejaculate got through them.
My period is late and when I woke up yesterday I felt extremely light headed and nauseous, like I was going to vomit. Could this be morning sickness?
I'm scared out of my mind and I can't sleep at night.
Could this pose a pregnancy risk or am I being too paranoid? Are there other causes for severe nausea in the morning?
Obviously I don't want to be pregnant, and it would ruin everything for me. I can't picture myself being with my boyfriend forever and my parents would freak out if they knew I was pregnant.
I don't know what to do.
I'm also not able to get my hands on a pregnancy test without my mom finding out.
On a side note, how can I tell my boyfriend I'm not ready to have sex and do sexual activities with him?
My last period started on April 5th, so is my period late or could my cycle just be longer, is this normal, etc?
Thank you in advance, I'm so happy this site is here to provide information and calm my nerves (hopefully)

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Edith_*
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For a pregnancy to happen there must be a DIRECT contact between genitals. When there is underwear in the middle -- even thin, lacey underwear -- is NOT a direct contact.

This is not the first time you express feeling not ready to have sex so I am wondering if have you been able to talk with your partner and let them know how this sexual activities are making you feel? Sex is never supposed to be stressfull and when we don't feel ready to do something the best we can do it honor those feelings.

You are asking how to talk with your partner and tell them you are not feeling ready? My answer would be: like you talk about anything else. Seriously, being able to have open communication is one of the most important things when we are in a relathionship -- sexual or not. What do you think is stopping you to talk with them?

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Zaina
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Sorry to bother you, but did you end up getting your period? Or were you really pregnant? I went through a similar situation
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Heather
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Zaina: I'm not comfortable with you posting to other users threads like this (this is the second time now), and even if and when they answer, that still does not tell you anything about YOUR pregnancy status.

If you want to know about your own, other people's situations will not tell you anything. Instead, you need to take care of yourself, and do the things you first can for yourself, and take a test or see a healthcare provider, please.

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Heather
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(Also, Zania, I just looked at your user history, and you have been here literally drowning yourself in people's pregnancy scares for over three solid hours. Heck, with that kind of immersion, *I* would be freaking out about pregnancy myself, and probably be having panic attacks just out of empathy alone.

That kind of thing is about the surest way to INCREASE your anxiety and fear -- and to keep yourself from just sucking it up and doing what you need to do with a concern like this, which is taking a test or seeking healthcare. I can't advise enough you do not choose to do things which only keep you panicked and stuck, instead of helping you move forward.)

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