Im Scared And Terrified

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Mimiimfirst - June 4

I had sex for the first time and we did it twice; first time with a condom, second time without. The second time my partner came on my stomach and I'm worried some got inside me.... He told me he's pretty sure no semen went inside my vagina and on the side note I didn't feel anything in me either. Because I was worried we went to a pharmacist to try and find some plan B however I couldn't? so I bought vaginal contraceptive gel. Now after using the gel I'm still scared I might or I am pregnant and I don't know what to do....


Grandpa Viv - June 4

Hi Mimi: congratulations on your sexual debut. Next time make sure you have enough condoms on hand, and new ones at that. The contraceptive gel is good as a second line of defense but it needs to go in before, not after. The PlanB you have to ask for. It's not on the shelf. 

The chance of pregnancy from your encounter is small. The worry would be from not pulling out in time or having semen still in his penis from the first session. 

Do you have a period tracker app that tells you the most fertile days of the month? Ovulation is 14 days before the next period  Sperm can lie in wait 5 days but the egg lasts only one day  Sex in the ten days before the next period is quite unlikely to result on pregnancy  



Mimiimfirst - June 4

Thank you so much for replying. Unfortunately I don't have a ovulation tracker on my phone but I did mark down when my period started and ended; my period started on the 26th and ended on the 31st of May. And we decided to have sex on the 2nd of June.


Grandpa Viv - June 4

For a 28 day cycle add 14 days to your May 26th period to get ovulation June 9th, next Friday. Since sperm only lasts inside for 5 days your Jun 2nd encounter was not in the fertile window and you should be safe. 


Watch for for signs of ovulation this coming week - fertile stretchy mucus, cervix soft high open wet (finger check), sex drive high and maybe a brief ovulation cramp. Your basal body temperature should rise half a degree on ovulation so you may feel a tad chilly that day. Know your body and let it talk to you. 


Mimiimfirst - June 4

Thank you so much again for replying. I was having alot of panic attacks thinking about the chances of becoming pregnant,etc and the information you've? given me helped alot. But I've noticed a strong vaginal oder today and i wanted to know if I should be concerned... It doesn't smell fishy but it's a really strong musk and I don't know how to get rid of it.. washing up helps but after a while it comes back and I noticed mucusy discharge on my underwear 


Grandpa Viv - June 4

The excitement of your sexual debut has maybe changed your hormones and even your sense of smell. I have one friend whose serious acne disappeared at this time.


Musky is a word used to describe a healthy vagina. About now you would expect to notice fertile mucus, stretchy between thumb and forefinger.


Practicing good personal hygiene before sex is good practice. Start to worry if the discharge is itchy or smells gross. 


Mimiimfirst - June 9

Thanks for the information. Now I've come across another problem, my partner and I were fooling around in his car and a sex toy got involved after playing around and stuff I went home and checked?out my underwear and noticed that there was a light pink and arousal fluid on my underwear and I don't know if it was from the toy or implantation bleeding. But I remember when we were having sex together for the first time, we took a break and after he took the condom off I gave him a blowjob and he also went to the bathroom... Would I still be able to get pregnant after that???


Grandpa Viv - June 10

You may have seen ovulation spotting recently along with fertile mucus. Urinating after condom sex should get rid of remaining semen. 



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