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Old 11-10-17, 05:48 PM
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Yo! If you feel responsible enough to have sex, you should be responsible enough to have proper and safe sex. I think it's time for you to discuss this with your doctor. Let him be completely in on this. Don't hide anything. Tell him all about it. You don't want an unplanned pregnancy, right? Also, I'm not sure if your BF had a sex before (unsafe)... if he had, he might need to be checked up too just to make sure he has no sexual diseases that he could have passed on to you. You don't want those either, do you?

Hope all goes well!
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Old 11-10-17, 05:50 PM
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I'll share a story with you. When I was in the boarding school, we were three roommates. This one night, one of us (not me) had a date. Her boyfriend and she booked a room at a near hotel. She came back late at night. We asked her about it. This is what she said, "he had the erection for like 60 seconds... damn." We were like 'that doesn't even count', right? WRONG. That's all it took. The following week she had the symptoms appear. Anyway, in your case, only the man knows if he really came inside you or not. I hope he is honest with you. I also hope you will be fine
 
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