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Birth control and sex complications.. Pregnant?

By September 2, 2016 - 7:27am
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Hi! I'm on trinessa lo birth control and have been taking it perfectly for almost four months. 4 weeks ago, I lost my virginity and we used a condom in addition to the pill because I'm 17 and I can't afford to be pregnant right now. Anyways, my boyfriend and I have had sex (for a very short amount of time) without a condom before, but I was too paranoid and always stopped him after like 10 seconds because it's hard for me to put faith into the pill alone. Anyways, I was so worried that I was pregnant from us having sex without a condom, but about a week after that incident I got my expected period for the expected amount of time, so I thought everything was good. Since my period ended, my boyfriend and I have been having sex a lot. But we ALWAYS use condoms and he pulls out in addition to that. Recently, we've he's been going a LOT deeper and we just tried doggystyle yesterday and it felt as though he was hitting a wall, which I believe is my cervix ( I know, bad!) anyways, everytime we have sex so it seems, I have cramps for like the whole day and a little into the next and I read that's an early sign of pregnancy. Which really worries me. I've been taking every precaution possible, so I don't see how I could be pregnant. :/ like we had sex pretty rough yesterday and I'm still feeling the cramps. I have no other pregnancy signs, just the cramping and sometimes bleeding after rough sex.. I would also like to add that I cannot seem to orgasm from sex, it feels great but I can't fully climax.. So I don't know if that has something to do with the cramps? :(

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Hello GuliananS65,

Welcome to the EmpowHER community. Thank you for reaching out to our community with your concern.

You are very responsible in using birth control pills consistently and backing that up with use of condoms during intercourse.

I think all of the cramping is due to rough sex. It might be preventing you for enjoying an orgasm. Be honest with your boyfriend. Ask him to tone it down so that you do not have subsequent pain and can achieve an organsm. You deserve that:)


September 2, 2016 - 8:45am
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