Yes, a girl can become pregnant the first time she has sex. Anytime a girl has vaginal sex with a guy, she is at risk for becoming pregnant. Actually, whenever people have any kind of sexual contact oral, anal, or vaginal , they run the risk of getting an STD. The only way to completely prevent pregnancy and STDs is to abstain from all types of sex, including oral, vaginal, and anal sex. Condoms to the rescue! If you are going to have sex, condoms are the best way to prevent pregnancy and STDs. If you and your partner had unprotected sex or a condom broke , see your doctor for pregnancy and STD tests. If you have ever had sex, or are thinking about having sex, talk with your doctor about birth control options , STD testing , and ways to prevent STDs. Some birth control methods work better than others. This chart compares how well different birth control methods work.
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Yes, a girl can become pregnant the first time she has sex. Anytime a girl has vaginal sex with a guy, she is at risk for becoming pregnant. Even if a guy ejaculates outside of but near a girl's vagina or pulls out before he comes, a girl can get pregnant.
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I am still a virgin and hope to remain one until I marry. A long time ago you explained how a virgin could get pregnant. Well, last night I was with this guy and things really got out of hand. Everything happened so fast. Please run that piece again about how a virgin can get pregnant. Dear B. One of the questions I have been asked often by teens is: ''How far can I go without getting pregnant?
Could my girlfriend get pregnant without me inserting my penis far enough to break her hymen? She is still a virgin. I've seen cases of so-called 'virgin births' - in which the woman got pregnant even though her hymen wasn't broken. You see, the hymen has a hole in it which lets the period through. This hole is more than big enough to let sperm pass through it too. It sounds as if you two have been experimenting, so I urge you to go along to a Family Planning clinic or a Youth Advisory Clinic, like the Brook Advisory Service for Young People, to get some help and advice — before your girlfriend gets pregnant. A good starting point would be the Brook website: www. A problem with semen? As a man, I am not used to receiving pleasure. Can a woman still be sore — three days after sex?