Losing Virginity

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Losing Virginity

Unread postby anita » Sat Jan 23, 2021 10:01 pm

Recently, I had penetrative sex with my boyfriend. We didn't use any protection. He put his tip in and then I got scared and told him I didn't want to continue. Afterwards I researched and found out precum can contain sperm. Does anyone know the chances of me getting pregnant? I cant tell my parents Im only 14. I'm supposed to get my period in a couple days.

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Re: Losing Virginity

Unread postby Alexa » Sun Jan 24, 2021 8:04 am

We will not answer ANY questions about pregnancy fear or anxiety in our direct services from users who are not pregnant or who are not or have not otherwise been directly involved with an actual pregnancy.

Please do not post this kind of question. If you are seeing this text, and your thread is locked, it is because you have posted this kind of question.

We CAN and WILL talk about things like:
• choosing and using a method or methods of contraception for any future sexual activity
• creating your own sexual limits and boundaries based on your needs and/or presenting them to any partners
• making sexual choices that suit your own needs, abilities and limitations, including your own readiness for certain possible risks
• help locating or using emergency contraception if and when you have had a pregnancy risk
• discussing options with a real, existing pregnancy, and help finding and accessing those options, such as abortion services and pre-natal care, or discussing feelings or concerns about a past pregnancy
• help with anxiety like locating mental health services, sound self-help or asking for support from friends or family

For help dealing with a scare (including what poses a risk and your next steps based on your unique situation), you may use our tool on site built for this purpose: The Pregnancy Panic Companion.
For help with anxiety, click here.
For related help and information at Scarleteen, click here.
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