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I've been with my boyfriend for 3 years and we haven't used condoms since I went on the pill two months in. No biggie, we were both virgins, and neither of us are bastards, so no chance of STIs (except toliet seats or towels or whatever...). Is it normal for people to use condoms all the time when on the pill? I know my friend does, but the expense and hassle really doesn't seem worth it.
She might've had endometriosis. I have it, and I believe it's the major cause for women who are having trouble conceiving. But, even though the doctor might've told her she was "infertile," only about 30 to 40 percent of women who have it have infertility issues. I know others who have it and had multiple kids. It all depends. Either way, you should've used at least some type of protection. If it really was endometriosis, your girlfriend should've gone on birth control pills, which help to prevent pregnancy as well as preventing endometriosis from getting worse anyway. That's why I'm on 'em.
to #6 you are clearly a dumbass. obviously his gf didnt lie to him about being infertile. the doctors just made a mistake and thought she was. why would she lie about being infertile? and obviously she was infertile for a little bit since they had unprotected sex for 2 months and she JUST got preggers.
It's not uncommon for doctors to mess up about things like that. We were told that my sister would never have a period due to a birth defect, and wouldn't be able to have kids. Doctor was at least partially wrong, as she started her period a few months ago. We are still told that the defect will prevent her from being able to carry a child, but I don't hold much faith in it, anymore.
49 - What does being a bastard and having STIs have to do with each other?? Whether the parents are married or not barely increases the chance of the parents having sexual diseases and many cannot be passed on to the child. If they are, they can be treated with the exception of HIV and AIDS. Which had NOTHING to do with being a bastard child. I can not even begin with how absolutely insulted I am, being a bastard myself. STIs and marriage are very weakly linked. 192 - Thank you so much. So many people forget the option of adoption. I'm lucky enough that my birth mother chose that route.
well let's hope you can be a good parent if it comes to it. Good luck Op.
Did she tell you that to trick you into having unprotected sex, or did she show you the medical evidence to prove it? Because if it was the former it's ydi, I mean I know you're supposed to trust her and all, but unprotected sex can have big consequences (as proven here) so you really should ask for proof of things like this. If she did show you some kind of proof then you're either very lucky or very unlucky. Turns out you've chosen to look at it from the unlucky point of view.
Cute doggies!!!! And I agree with Cinn. Trust is a huge part of making a relationship work, but when it comes to something like one of the partners saying they're infertile/sterile, you still should get actual proof. It's good to have trust, but that's one thing that you DO NOT want to take a chance on.
Why did you believe her to be infertile? Did she say she was? infertile or not you should always use a condom.