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By November 13, 2013 - 4:04pm
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Me , && my boyfriend give each other oral sex. Because I'm too afraid of having actual intercourse. I'm not trying to get pregnant, && I'm very paranoid about things. But anyways ... We give each other oral sex. I give him oral w/ a condom on to make sure nothing gets on me in the process of giving him oral. Once I'm done giving him oral we head to the bathroom, && he takes the condom off slowly..&& then throws it away. Then he washes his hands w/ soap && water as a precaution. To make sure that nothing could have possibly got on his hands , even though his hands looked dry , && he wore a condom. Then we headed back to the room , && he gave me oral. He tried putting his finger in my a couple times ... But stopped because I said I didn't like it. But his hands still were washed before he touched me. But anyways...then when he is done doing Me... I go pee && stuff . Am I safe from pregnancy knowing that I did all these things. I'm a very paranoid girl .. && I need advice. Plus, I'm 17 && my starting period dates were June 24, July 23rd, Aug 21st, Sept. 19th, && Oct. 15th which was my last start period. I thought my period would have been here today, but I guess I am a little irregular ...should I be worried that it's not here yet? Or just wait? Is it normal for my period to all of a sudden come on a different day? I'm scared. Please help me!

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Hello MixedNation,

I would like to welcome you to the EmpowHER community and thank you for reaching out to us to help you with your concern about possible pregnancy.

There is no risk of pregnancy by having oral sex. Secondly, your boyfriend washed his hands well and would have removed any semen.

MixedNation, at the age of 17 it is not uncommon to have an occasional irregular menstrual cycle and to have your period start on a different day than the previous month.

When you feel that you ready to be more sexually active, please consider using birth control. Oral contraceptives can help regulate your menstrual cycle. When taken at the same time each day, birth control pills will protect you from an unwanted pregnancy.


November 13, 2013 - 6:15pm
(reply to Maryann Gromisch RN)

Thankyou, very much! Can you answer if I'm regular or irregular please?

November 13, 2013 - 6:55pm
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