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"I don’t love him anymore, what do I do?"

Dear Experts,

I am in a relationship with this guy who moved way too fast. I couldn’t tell him without hurting him. I only had one boyfriend and that was from age 14 till 17 and I had his child at 15. I left him and 2 months later met this guy (the one that moved fast. I can’t tell him I’m unhappy with him. I hate to say but the way it happened he was kind of like a rebound. I don’t know how to break up with him. He moved all the way here with me and I feel bad that I don’t love him anymore. I don’t know what to do….

Dear Anon,

Be honest with him, both of you deserve that honesty. You didn’t ask but I feel that you need to take some time to find out what you are looking for in a partner and in a relationship. Once you know the answer to those questions, you will be better prepared to say no if you feel that someone is moving too quickly.

Telling him how you feel will be painful for both of you but in the long run, both of you will be better off.

Hope this helps.


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Infertility and Unprotected Sex


"Dear Experts,

Let’s say a gay couple, or a straight couple where one or both partners are infertile want to practice unprotected sex. Both partners have been tested for STDs and are clean. Is it safe to have unprotected sex, or is it possible to get STDs even if neither partner has one?”

Dear Anon,

If both partners are negative for any STI, then as long as you remain mutually monogamous (neither person has sex with anyone else) you cannot get a sexually transmitted infection.

As a reminder, there are several STIs that are transmitted by other body fluids, such as blood or saliva (HIV and Hepatitis) so high risk behaviors, like IV drug use, would put both partners at risk.
Hope this helps.


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Can a girl get pregnant from anal?

You can only get pregnant if semen gets inside the vagina. Since the anus isn’t connected to reproductive organs, anal sex can’t directly cause pregnancy. But it’s still possible for semen to get into the vagina during anal sex. It can happen if the guy ejaculates into or near the anus, and the semen leaks from there down onto the vulva. Semen on hands or fingers could also put it closer to the vulva, also.

Wearing a condom during anal sex can reduce your risk. And don’t forget: Anal sex is also a high-risk behavior for spreading many STIs.

Hope this helps.




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"No condoms, no birth control: Could I be pregnant?"

Dear Experts,

One night about a month ago, my boyfriend and I were drunk and had sex. But he didn’t use a condom, and I’m not on any birth control. And then my period was almost two weeks late. Could I still be pregnant or am I in the clear? I really need answers!

If you had a normal menstrual period, it is unlikely that you are pregnant. A bigger concern is, were you exposed to a sexually transmitted infection (STI). If you are going to engage in sex, you and your partner need to be tested for STIs and you should consider talking with your health care provider about contraception options. Using condoms will reduce the risk of an unintended pregnancy and will protect against getting an STI. Most health departments offer free latex condoms and will even give instructions on the proper care and use of condoms. If you need to find a clinic near you, go here: http://www.factnotfictionms.com/msclinics/

Hope this helps.


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