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Hi Emma get back to your doctor and ask him if he is right as on line they say then nothing called that, just ghonorrea.Just come back on this...
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Are you saying that when you put on a condom, your penis becomes flaccid?  Or did you start having troubles after you put on a particular...
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HI Um, What your going through at the moment is all apart of growing up, I think some of these questions your find all the answers on a site called...
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Hi OK its when you had this last bleed that was your new period, so you now start from there for your cycle, so the period you looking for has gone...
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Likely, because the pill still got into her.  It's also not likely that you would have gotten her pregnant anyway because you put on a...
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Get him tested first.  HPV is an incredibly common virus, I've heard estimates of as much as 80% of people may have it.  So the best...
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Hi Its  50/50 chance then, if this was within the last 72 hours, get to plan B unless your g/f is not worried as perhaps she wants you to father...
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Hi Not really, but for your sanity yes, but do remember this will alter your period start date, as it brings on a period OKGood Luck
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Hi So it did not break or split, so how do you think your now pregnant? or did I miss something between the lines.So you had protected sex? yes then...
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Hi Just because your using condoms will not stop a YI? Reason it hides in your pubic hair, pubic hair is the perfect hiding place its warm and...
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Allow your partner to take an active role on putting on that condom for you, and continue active foreplay with the condom on until you achieve an...
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Hi Yes you can, you can also have protected sex anytime during your cycle, in fact having sex during your period is very good for you, it help to...
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You're most likely not pregnant. Stress can cause irregular periods, and crampiness.  There can be many reasons for those symptoms...
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Hi Its best you go to an STD/GUM Clinic and get tested there, but most STI's And STD's do take around 8 weeks before they show there full...
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Hi STD's do not show in 24 hours, your pimple could be just a hair follicle, as for the slight pain could be from a small strain, the discharge...
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