If you're worried about your hymen or have pain during sex, talk with your doctor or visit your local Planned Parenthood health center. It is far better to take a pill and prevent a pg that is not wanted than to have it end up there or worse. I don't know what to do now. When we enforce pregnancies, how will we identify the maternal slaves so that we can ensure that they cannot terminate their pregnancies? Again i am not here to debate what is and what is not considered abortion. The hymen has historically been a marker of a woman's virginity.
What happens if you break your virginity without using a condom?
Who is online Users browsing this forum: View latest questions Search for answers Ask a question. But, this goes back to normal post sex and is only a temporal state. You know I didn't know that about the morning after pill. There is no embryo, no fetus and not even close to implantation.
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You take the morning after pill within 72 hours of sexual intercourse. You won't become less 'marriage material' or 'less desirable', that is just something your parents tell you in order to delay the inevitable. It can separate when the body is stretched strenuously, as in athletics; it can be separated by inserting a tampon during menstruation or through masturbation; and sometimes it is separated for no apparent reason. When they receive their period, they just assume they were a few days late. The ma pill is definitely not the same as an abortion. Now I will never be able to have children.
Please protect yourself in the future. I really need to talk to someone about it, but I don't want my parents and friends to judge me. I'm sixteen and my boyfriend and I have been talking for four years now, I'm a virgin and I wanna stay a virgin until marriage, but what if my mind changes? First time penetration is sore, so you really want to get the juices flowing before you attempt it P. The elasticity of your vagina changes after you start having sex. Don't lose faith if the first time didn't rock your world. In a normal menstrual cycle, a woman's pituitary gland secretes hormones that stimulate the ovaries to release an egg.