Anonymous: I have been having clear stretchy discharge and i had unprotected sex can my possibilities be high ?
Thanks for your question.
I’m not sure if you’re asking if your chances are high for STDs, pregnancy or both so I’ll answer for both.
There’s no way to tell if you’re pregnant solely based on discharge. Seeing as though you’ve had unprotected sex you may want to take a pregnancy test and talk to a health care provider. You didn’t mention when this incident took place but if you’ve had unprotected in the past 5 days you may be able to use emergency contraception to prevent pregnancy.
As far as the risk for STDs goes, one of the symptoms is changes in discharge while many people feel no symptoms at all. If you’re concerned about STD I would suggest getting tested at your local health care center.
Hope this helps.
Anonymous: My boyfriend and I tried sex for the first time but we couldn't get it in. We came close but it hurt too much and felt like it was tearing. Is there something wrong, I'm really confused :(
There can be a few reasons why it hurt or was difficult to get the penis into the vagina, but what you experienced is something that happens to a lot of people at one point or another.
If someone is tense or nervous or unsure that they want to have sex it can cause the vaginal muscles to tense up and not lubricate or the penis might not become fully erect. If someone is unsure about whether or not they are ready to have sex, or they are nervous about pregnancy or STDs, this is something that might happen. If this is how you feel or your partner feels you might want to think about this and discuss it with them.
Also, sometimes if there isn’t enough lubrication it can be difficult to insert the penis into the vagina, this is completely normal. The vagina self-lubricates, but sometimes it isn’t enough—which is normal, too. You and your partner might want to try using a lubricated condom and some water-based lubricant next time.
You say that it felt like something was tearing. Some females are born with a hymen. A hymen is thin piece of tissue that can partially cover the vaginal opening. Not all females have a hymen, and sometimes the hymen tears from something unrelated to sex, such as using a tampon or playing sports. The hymen can also stretch and expand or dissolve all on its own. But if someone has a hymen it can sometimes be torn during penile-vaginal sex. It can hurt and it can cause some light bleeding for some people.
These are all just some possibilities that you might want to think about and discuss with your partner.
I hope this helps!
Anonymous: I was told that taking vitamin c tablets can help bring your period. I am a week late but I took a pregnancy test and it came up negative. I was told that I can take vitamin c tablets every hour for 6 hours for 3 days. Is that true and/or safe? I know it's only vitamin c but will taking that many harm my body? Is there any other safe way to bring about my period?
Vitamin C is safe to take as a vitamin when recommended by a doctor. But, as with any medicine, it should only be taken in the doctor-recommended amounts.
There isn’t anyway to bring about your period. If your period is late and you’ve had a negative pregnancy test you may want to visit a health care provider. They can do another pregnancy test and make sure that there isn’t some other medical reason for why you aren’t getting your period. They can also advise you on how to take vitamin C.
Periods can be late or skipped completely for a number of reasons not related to pregnancy. A change in weight, exercise, sleeping or eating habits and stress can all cause you to have a late or missed period.
I hope this helps!