Anonymous: hello im sorry but English is not my first language and here in chile there isn a real place to go to help as a teen with sexual inquiries without our parents knowing. So the issue i have is that after me and my boyfriend have sex a week ago i have been feeling itching in my vagina while i pee though there isnt an abnormal discharge or smell and he used a condom so i don't think is a STD though he used a lubricant
We aren’t doctors at Sex, Etc. and even if we were it would not be possible to diagnose you over the internet. We suggest you visit a health care provider or doctor sooner rather than later.
While we aren’t doctors, we can say that the itching may be a sign of a yeast infection, a urinary tract infection, an STD or irritation caused by the lubricant. Yeast infections and urinary tract infections can be a side effect of having penile-vaginal sex for some people. Some STDs are transmitted through genital skin-to-skin contact so even if someone uses a condom they can still transmit an STD. But, only a doctor or another health care provider will be able to tell you for certain what is going on.
I hope this helps.
Anonymous: I was with my boyfriend the other night, and we didn't have any condoms. I was very turned on, so I asked him to put in for just a second. He wiped the little pre-cum off and just pumped maybe 3 times... I know its POSSIBLE for that to get me pregnant, but realistically, did it? I'm very nervous.
There is a risk for pregnancy and for the transmission of STDs in the situation you described.
If it has been less than 120 hours since this occurred you can take emergency contraception (EC) to prevent pregnancy. If you are 17 or older, you can purchase EC over-the-counter at a local pharmacy. If you are under 17, you can get a prescription and EC at a local free or low-cost and confidential clinic. Find clinics near you here.
You may want to visit the clinic with your partner to be tested since there is a high risk for the transmission of STDs from the situation you described.
I hope this helps.