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Allergy to latex condoms can cause a rash on the penis, or on the genital skin of your sexual partner. As well as redness, there may be blistering...
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Hi Lets start with condoms, you can get latex free condoms, but if you don't trust guys the buy them yourself for sex, or do get on some kind of...
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I have a question I am pregnant. My last menstrual period was June 5, 2015. I had a one night stand thing on June 25, 2015 around 12:30pm with a...
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HI See if this helps you, is your partner on the large side, being extra long, it could be hitting your uterus, and upsetting your mucus plug, and...
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Hi Sorry one thing I forgot taken Plan B along with her BC will push up her hormones, so she may need to see her doctor.Good Luck
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Hi So do we take it she was on top? if so, then I don't think you have a problem, but some high strength antibiotics do reduce the effectiveness...
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Hi Its been used for many years why change history, as for condoms its your choice, so are we hetro or gay? is this going to be normal or rough, if...
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Hi If things go to plan with Plan B, she should be OKBut end of the day she will have to wait till she gets her period, but do remember it has now...
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Hi So was this 4 months ago? and do remember condoms are only 98% for protection, so yes you could be the father.But you should sit down with her and...
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Hi After day 14 your pretty safe for not getting pregnant, 3/4 days before day 14 is the danger time for most women, and here's the but, but...
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Yes, your girlfriend can get pregnant from precum. That's why you always use a condom. In this case your girlfriend is probably not pregnant...
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Yes. Any exchange of bodily fluids can result in transfers of STDs. 
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Yeast infections, when cured, should not become recurrent in males. Only if one is having constant sex with a partner who does have recurrent...
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It doesn't sound like there may be a chance but only abstinence is 100% (not that I care either way) but if she isn't near her period and the...
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Condoms do prevent some, but not all STDs.  Herpes can be transmitted from skin to skin contact. Anal sex can cause tiny tears in the lining of...
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