By Anonymous - 21/09/2013 01:18 - United States - Tampa
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not sure if you've heard of the nuva ring its an contraceptive piece of jelly like plastic about the size of a hair tie that you stick.up there for three weeks and don't feel at all other than during intercourse and only then if hes well endowed. same rules apply for tampons there is actually zero nerve endings along the walls of your vajay just at the back and up top. so no she's not loose for not feeling a condom. but FYL op for not checking all possibilities before breaking the news to the rents.
not to be graphic but depending on when it fell off it could really be crammed up there lol some girls won't even touch themselves much less go fishing around but it seems we all know why op's bfs search came up fruitless I had assumed at first he's the kinda guy that needs mapquest
You wouldn't feel it inside your ******, but if you stuck two fingers in you'd certainly find it. Lean a certain way and you can reach all the way to your cervix without too much trouble. It's not an endless tube. I had a Mirena for a while and I had to reach in and check for the strings every once in a while. I can't fathom how a girl loses a condom or a tampon in there. It isn't that deep.
Sounds like you are too young if you have to call your mom to go to the emergency room..
Not quite, not everyone gets there license as soon as they can. Some wait until they're eighteen and I think you still have to have a permit and wait six months before you can test to have your license. Or maybe she even got her license provoked or something, never know,
I think the point was, if you're too young to solve the problems that crop up when having sex without involving mommy, you're not mature enough to be having sex. I don't care if you're 16 or 30, you or your boyfriend should be able to drive, walk, take public transit, whatever. I feel sorry for OP's mom who got stuck dealing with this nonsense.
Not what people are saying exactly. If you're close with your mom and have no problem going to her that's fine. The fact of the matter is, they couldn't figure out the problem without mom getting involved. If they have to have mom solve the problems encountered with sex, they are not mature enough for it.
93, I hide it from my parents that I am sexually active but it in no way means I'm not mature enough. They have strong religious beliefs and discovering this would ruin my relationship with them. In my opinion, it is my parents who are the immature ones in this situation. You can't judge OP for hiding her sexuality from her mother when you have no idea what she is like.
There needs to be more information to this FML. All of you saying that OP must be to young to have sex because she didn't want her mother to know she was sexually active are wrong to say for certain. Just because someone doesn't want a parent to know does not mean they are to young. If they had to tell their parents because of this incident doesn't mean they are to young either. Hell if that happened to me, I would have done the same thing as I wouldn't of had prior experience of that happening. Anyways...I have been with my boyfriend for over four years (will be five years next May). We started dating and made it official when I was 18 and he was 20. We didn't become sexually active with each other until I was 20 and he was 22 based on our choice and reasons (and no, neither of us were virgins so nobody can't assume we waited that long because we were both virgins. I lost my V card with my last boyfriend at 17 and it was a mistake. I was dating that jerk when I was 15 and a half years old and the moment I gave myself to him, he left me. I'm surprised he waited that long for just some piece of ass if that's all he wanted. No i'm not a **** either. I have only ever been sexually active with two people in my life. My ex and my current bf). The moment we became sexually active with each other after two years of being together, we didn't tell our parents for a long time simply because it wasn't their business to know as we are both legal adults and just didn't feel it was the time to inform them just yet (in my province, you're legally an adult at 18). We did eventually tell them at the right time after three months of becoming sexually active. I'm sorry for the long post, I was just giving an example based on my experience so OP is not judged so quickly as being too young since this was posted anonymously and we don't know the full details either in terms of age when this happened. I'm sitting on the fence for FYL or YDI with this one until a follow up. >.
No he's right you really can get pregnant only a few days out of the month.. When you ovulate that's when the matured egg comes down to meet the sperm. If you're not ovulating then there's no egg for the sperm to meet. There are obviously other factors too, like sperm can live up to 4ish days in the vag, and most women don't have perfect 28 day cycles where they perfectly ovulate at just the right time but yeah. You can't get pregnant any time unless you're at the fertil part of the cycle
I'm a woman. And I believe I did mention that there are anomalies in fertility. But the egg only takes 1-2 days to drop from the ovary to the uterus and fertilization happens, most of the time, in that brief window. Some women ovulate irregularly and can get pregnant during weird times of their cycles, but it's still only a couple days. We are not fertile 24/7. You may have been taught that so you'd be afraid & use protection, but ask a gynecologist.
Or to put it another way, you can only get pregnant for a few days in your cycle, but you can't necessarily predict where in your cycle those few days are, so it's safer to presume that any occasion has the potential for conception. That's why doctors joke that the medical term for people who use the rhythm method is "parents".
To those who are arguing upon the subject of fertility, you must remember the sperm does not necessarily die right way. In fact (in some cases) the sperm can live up to a week. So, if your Fallopian tubes release an egg and that sperm managed to stay alive in such a hostile environment, it is possible to get pregnant. Other than this though, women can get pregnant at any time even if they are not ovulating.
There's only one reason a condom comes off prematurely. One little reason. One very LITTLE reason.
At least your pussy got a lot of attention tonight. Be honest, some of that probing and searching had to hit some sensitive spots, for example, G. ;)
Feel bad for your boyfriend a little since you claimed it was inside you and he couldn't really do anything but believe you...