on Dec 14, 2006 @ 01:50 pm|
When I found out I maybe, might be pregnant, I was devestated. But I do know one thing, it was not my fault. I knew this was comeing, because he didn't use any protection. I know, I should of told him to use a condom, but I fell in love with him and I couldn't say no. So all you girls out there, you need to take action and use protection!
|Always Use Protection on Dec 14, 2006 @ 10:52 pm|
Seriously! Who cares how much you love the guy, it's YOUR body and YOUR life.
|fun with care on Dec 15, 2006 @ 03:21 am|
ya have to do things but must be precautios....
1 small joke
a girl invited her lover to her house for a date . The boy went in and saw his lovers sister alone in that house.The boy found that she was incredibly beautiful and called him for sex.The turned and walked towars the door and there stood his lover she came and hugged him
the moral of the story: its better to keep the condom in your bike than ur pockets
|been there, done that. on Dec 18, 2006 @ 01:16 am|
mmm the title says it all. and do you know if you are yet?
|Not your fault? on Dec 20, 2006 @ 11:05 am|
Sorry to point this out, and no offense meant here, but whenever anyone has sex, there is always the possibility of pregnancy regardless of your method of protection. Only abstinence has 100% guarantee. Therefore, it is always both partners' fault if a pregnancy occurs (ignoring the the fault question for rape, of course). Take the courage to tell that prick "NO!" next time he wants to go for a swim without a wetsuit.
|FOOLISH on Dec 21, 2006 @ 09:39 am|
No offense, but you made the decision to not use protection just as much as he did, therefore it is definitely your fault! It is also his fault, but not any more than it is yours. I'm a firm believer that if you're not able/ready/willing to talk about sex, protection, the potential for pregnancy and any other issues relating to sex then YOU SHOULDN'T BE DOING IT!!!! Yes, sex can -and should- be an expression of love, but that does NOT equate no protection. Very foolish.
Also, not asking your guy to use a condom does not equate love. If HE loved YOU he should have put one on before the question even arose. It amazes me that in this day and age of information, disease and easily accessible protection, people still find excuses for why they didn't use it. It's your life! Own it!!
|very foolish on Dec 31, 2006 @ 01:40 am|
You know when you don't make men use protection, pregnancy is the least of your worries. At least that can be taken care of if needed. However you can't get rid of HIV.
|Devastated? Please on Jan 04, 2007 @ 02:44 pm|
So let me get this straight?
You want to be sexually active and you're not on birth control?
Further to that, you want to be sexually active, and you don't have the guts to say "No Glove no Love"
Sweetheart, the world is filled with bad things and a lot of them come out of the enticing tip of a man's penius. Pandora's box had nothing on Excalibur!
So yes, it is your fault.
But, to be devastated over the creation of life is a little insulting to your unborn.
Now, you do have choices... In fact, for all the women reading this, let's go through it starting with Birth Control:
Planned Parenthood have clinics across Canada. There you can get prescriptions for Birth Control, tested for STD's, tons of free condoms and lube and of course councilling on unexpected pregnancies.
I personally favour the Nuva Ring, it's a once a month birth control method that involves a polyurithan ring inserted vaginally and emits low dosages of hormones. You don't know it's there and guys love the way it feels.
Ortho Evra (aka- Birth Control Patch)
Birth control Pill.
All are about $5-$10 a pop and are worth it.
YOU HAD SEX AND THE CONDOM BROKE
Check out Plan B, it's available over the counter and it's cheap. You can take it within 72 hours after unprotected sex and it'll prevent the egg from implanting. Take it sooner, the better chances of it working.
You can read more about it here:
and condoms... well, you should always use one. Unless you have a death wish, you need to slap that puppy on. You can make it sexy by applying the condom with your mouth (no teeth please)
With an invitation like that a guy won't refuse the condom. Trust me.
|i found out on Jan 04, 2007 @ 07:47 pm|
I am gladly to say that i am not pregnant. sorry about all the drama. i over reacted.
|scared silly, scared smart on Jan 04, 2007 @ 11:37 pm|
I'm also glad you're not pregnant because you are obviously not mature enough to raise a child. I seriously hope you learned your lesson. Use a condom! Guys won't think less of you, and if they do they're insensitive idiots. They should be using condoms for their own protection anyway. Sheesh! Hasn't anyone heard of HIV???
Ali de Bold
|I'm very relieved for you! on Jan 05, 2007 @ 03:03 pm|
That's great to hear, miss_huggable me, and so nice of everyone to share their advice. Consider this as a warning so it doesn't happen again. You deserve better :)