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Teenager. Sexual education by online doctor?

hello doctor. i am 18 years old. My periods were irregular. but i am supposed to have sex on about 10th of march with my partner. we will also use a condom. i will delay my periods by continuing .. So, should i take the emergency pill ECP that day of having sex in some hours i.e. on 10th march? what i know safe period. The emergency pill will alter my periods but i cant take the risk of being pregnant by not taking the emergency pill. PLEASE TELL ME WHAT SHOULD I DO? i have told you everything.and i do not use any NOVELON,i dont know what is this.and i not consult any doctor.. i cant tell my parents or any doctor...the expected date of my periods is 24th-26th.and during sex, if condom breaks or any mishappening occur without our knowledge then what should i do? it is my first time. please make me ready and unstressed.what i do if i don't get my normal periods on time..because i cant take the risk. i hope you will understand my problem...AND WE NOT DO PROPER SEX,NOT TO G-SPOT.t is my first time so i have no idea about anything... and anything else i should take care of? (before that type of, sex and taking pills i have normal periods ..
PLEASE TELL ME WHAT SHOULD I DO? i have told you everything
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Jun 2013
Hi there ~

I do not totally understand your concerns. However, I will try to answer your questions to the best of my ability. Assuming that you are not currently on any medication for contraception and are not ovulating, it would be okay to have intercourse if it is mutually consensual and your partner if using condoms for contraception as an extra safety measure. If there is condom breakage or in the even of anything happening otherwise it would be wise to use the morning after pill to be safe, and if you do not want a pregnancy. I hope this helps relieves your anxiety. I would redirect you to an OBGYN if this does not help. Take care and have a lovely day!
Answered: Fri, 10 May 2013
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