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Im 15 and recently had sex for the first time without a condom , could i be pregnant?

By August 6, 2009 - 10:38am
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hi. im 15 and recently had sex for the first time it was very short as it hurt to much it must hav been under 20 seconds but i am really worried i am pregnant as we didnt use a condom ? help !

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Hello. I was a virgin but 2 weeks ago my bf had tried to have unprotected sex with me. I gave oral sex right before & he tried to stick it in my vagina- still slippery from my mouth. I got scared cus I wasn't sure if he pre cummed or not. He's experienced & he said he wasn't even able to get his penis in my vagina. He took it out & just cummed on my shirt. I'm just scared I'm pregnant. I'm irregular - sometimes it's on time sometimes it's a week later or early. I think I'm on my period now however it's SO much lighter. Like I can use 2-3 pantiliners a day as opposed to leaking pads every day. This is my 6th day bleeding. I usually don't get symptoms but now I have cramps and I've been pooping SO much more than regular. Like 3 times a day. However, my mom usually experiences cramps and said its normal that I will eventually start feeling them. Is it possible that it's just the start of me feeling this symptoms? Or am I pregnant. I'm so scared & I really can't afford to be pregnant.

July 16, 2015 - 2:43am

What they have said should answer your question. What I admire about you is that you asked - knowing is the key. You are making me wish great communities like this one was there when I was your age for sure. :)

Anyway, since you have opened the Pandora's box, you better be well equip yourself for the next time this happens again. A condom should be your best weapon especially since I doubt you will have access to an oral contraceptive and those are plain unnatural and you get a lot of other unnecessary side effects. Fertility monitors like lady-comp or clearblue might be too expensive as well. The point is, just make sure you are protected ALL THE TIME.

Please do update us if your period comes along so that we can all rejoice with you too. :)

September 11, 2009 - 4:04am
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u wont be he wouldnt of ejaculated in 30 seconds im 15 and when me and my gf did for the first time we did it a long while no protect and she wasnt

September 10, 2009 - 2:07pm
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It is possible to ejaculate in 20-30 seconds. As Alison previously stated, the average time for a man to ejaculate is 2 minutes, making it possible for a man or in this case, a boy, to ejaculate in 30 seconds. It is especially common for younger men to ejaculate sooner rather than later.

September 10, 2009 - 2:22pm

It is possible to become pregnant, even if intercourse is "only 20 seconds", when not using protection. I've read that the average length of time for human intercourse is 120 seconds (2 minutes), and that is also enough time for a pregnancy to occur.

What matters is that an erect penis has "pre-ejaculate" fluid on the tip, which may contain sperm, even if he did not ejaculate inside of you. The pregnancy risk is less without ejaculation, but there is still a risk.

When are you expecting your period? Do you have access to condoms, as this is the only way to protect yourself from STDs/STIs (sexually transmitted infections/diseases) and to prevent the stress & worry about a possible unwanted pregnancy. Are you able to negotiate with your partner, and have him use a condom each and every time you have intercourse?

August 6, 2009 - 1:14pm
(reply to Alison Beaver)

i am due on anyday now but still no signs im really really worried :S

August 7, 2009 - 3:29am
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