Ok so I'm a virgin so this scares me a lot... I recently met this wonderful guy.. so we made out a lot... and my wisdom youth's been bothering me for a while now.. during makeout I started bleeding, I know you can't contract HIV through kissing, but I'm really freaking out.. should I get tested just to have a piece of mind??? I have an anxiety disorder which makes me very paranoid... I'm freaking out so bad.. so if anyone could give me some advice please thank you!!!!View Thread
Hi, to start off I'm a 26 year old female who happens to be a virgin and as I get older the mentioning the issue gets a little more embarrassing lol. Ok now on a more serious note, is there any adivce anyone can give me for my first time? I met this great guy and he's ok with me being a virgin and all but I have no clue as to what to use for contraceptives or anything. I mean I've done my research, just don't know what's right for me. I don't know if I should get on the pill, because we are using a condom of course. I am extremely paranoid of getting pregnant! Is there anything I can buy off the counter or do I need to see my doctor about it? Any advice would really help thank you! View Thread
thank you for such great advice, well as ready as I am to lose my virginity I think you're right about timing. I do like this guy alot but I'm going to wait a little more until I get the proper protection and I know I'm 100% safe. I will consult my doctor and probably go on the pill. Thank you for your advice.View Thread
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