Well me and my boyfriend decided it was time. We've been with each other a year in October. We were going on a family holiday with his parents and brothers so it seemed ideal. We used Durex Extra Safe condoms, they are slightly thicker, along with that he withdrew his penis before he came. We had sex twice, we changed the condoms don't worry. The first time we did it I was on top (the girl) but the second time we tried numerous positions like Missionary Sex Position, Doggy style, Side wards ect, Even though we stuck to the rules I am still worried about getting pregnant, really worried. I also had got my period last Monday, it was gone Saturday and we did it on Sunday, what does that mean would I be in ovulation? I still have 3 more weeks to wait and see if I get my period which I can't handle. Maybe I wasn't ready yet, or is it human to be worried? A bit of reassurance would be great but the facts are what's important. I would be very graceful to hear all opinions. Anything will do! or any tips on the next time? Ohhh and I'm fourteen..
You 14? DaFaq? Guuurrrrllll, if you get pregnant, your busted! Well, it really depends how your parents will react to it and how bout school? You'll be like the girl from The American Life of a Teenager! Well, honestly, that's what you get for doing it too early! I suggest you do some research about early symptoms and maybe ask your parents how they would react if you get pregnant! If you are, sorry! You've gotta tell me guurrrllll!!!!! I hope this help but I have a friend and she haves a sister who got pregnant at 14! There are some excusess if you get pregnant like you wa Ted to be a young mom or something!
If you used a condom and then checked it each time after sex and there were no tears etc then the chances of you being pregnant are very very slim! So I think you can be safe in the knowledge you are not pregnant.
If your periods are never regular then this month is no different, so try not to worry about it. I'm sure your period will be along soon so there is nothing to stress about!
One thing I would suggest though is to go to the doctors as soon as you can and discuss birth control - using both birth control and condoms is the only way you can pretty much guarantee you wont get pregnant. And birth control will make your periods more regular too - so a double bonus there! Explain to your doctor that you have started having sex so you want birth control for that reason, but also explain about your irregular periods and hopefully your doctor will be able to put you onto a form of birth control that suits you and helps you with your periods.
I hope this helps and good luck! (you can also get birth control at your local clinic were they have free condoms)
if you have gotten your period on Monday till Saturday and you go on with him in Sunday i think that you are still safe. Safe sex means you and your partner will use prevention or contraceptives to avoid being pregnant. In your case you can use pills to prevent it also the safe time in women are 7days after the last day of her period and 7days before the due date of her period