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with children.

My boyfriend and I are virgins and the reality is that we would like to have sex (we've had a lot of communication on these topics, which I think is a very important factor) but at the same we would like to try oral sex.. My question is: Is it necessary to use a condom despite the fact that both have never been with anyone else? Would there be the possibility of contracting STD if we have unprotected oral sex?

2voto

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If the two of you are healthy you can have oral sex without worry. The most sensible thing is that you use always carry condoms when you go to have relations. Forget about the morning after pill is not a contraceptive, and it is nothing good, it is only for emergencies. If you want to combine the condom with another contraceptive, it is best that you go to the doctor to recommend the best contraceptive for you.

1voto

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If we start from the basis that none of the two have an sti (sexually transmitted infection) not the can transmit. The issue is that in order to have full guarantees it would be that I will a serology full blood test) to ensure such a claim. Keep in mind that some stis can be spread by another route, for example blood, and then to transmit it through sex.

1voto

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Do not use the morning after pill. Here speak with a lot of ease, but they should not be. The condom is the safest way, you're not going to find another, although you can also attach it with birth control pills normal that you will have to take all of the days except for some (all this I explained to the gynecologist when you mention that you want the tablets). But please the pill of the day after also called pill of emergency is that, for an emergency. Never take more than two a year and try by all means not to need it. I was forced to take her on one occasion makes it now 10 months, and my rule is still not come normally and this pill has caused me a lot of hormonal imbalance that has affected me a lot. These pills are a pump and you can get to even affect an entire year as I is happening to me. So recommendation: condon always (for the oral sex not necessary) but if you feel more secure, go to a gynecologist and comentale that you want birth control pills.

1voto

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If they are both virgins is very low, the probability of being infected with an STI, of course, there are other routes of contamination (via the blood stream, for example), but we can't be so paranoid always, because but we will have to go down the street with a protective suit against biological hazard! Can enjoy oral sex without a condom, are healthy people. Enjoy every part of you, just use extreme measures higiénicosanitarias and is already. In regards to sex with penetration because when you decide to do so please do not hesitate to use the condom. Although many are the opinions of their faults, believe me, it is the most secure method and is less harmful today. Of course, always choosing a prestige brand, safe. If it is analyzed thoroughly, most of the accidents of condoms broken occur through the misuse of the same: bad placement in the penis, poor handling, poor storage, etc, etc, Although I almost never pay attention to it, we must learn very well the mode of employment to avoid failures, thing that almost nobody takes into account and then will take the blame on the manufacturers. The pills always act at a hormonal level, and, therefore, have side effects that in the long term you are affecting in your body. Are not very recommendable at an early age, even there are people who then use them for a long time have desired to have children and have been forced to undergo treatments to be able to do that. \*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\*\* If it has served you my answer, don't forget to rate the post please. Help us to be better experts and to refine our answers.

1voto

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You can use the morning after pill.

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