i was a virgin till the other day and we lost the condom he pulled out to check it and it was there then but when we some what started again when he left to go home it wasnt on him once we were done we never checked to see if it came off in mewell e-mail me back please i dont know what to do and if i am pregnet how to tell my parentsthank you.
First of all, don’t freak out unecessarily. You may not be pregnant. You should reach inside yourself and make sure that the condom isn’t still inside you. You don’t want to leave it inside.Next, figure out when your next period is due. If you have a regular cycle, then you probably bleed every 25 to 30 days. Calculate when you are due again.Then, if you are even a day late, buy a home pregnancy test at your pharmacy. These tests are available without a prescription. The test consists of urinating in a cup that is included with the test, and then dipping a test strip in the urine after a specified time. If the strip changes color, then you are pregnant.It would also be good for you to learn how to calculate when you are fertile each month (able to become pregnant). A woman can only become pregnant when she is ovulating (when an egg is released from her ovary). Ovulation occurs during the middle of the menstrual cycle, which is approximately two weeks after your period is over, presuming that you have a regular cycle.With a regular period, you can calculate when you ovulate each month. To do this, count the first day of your period as day one of your cycle. If you bleed again 28 days later, then you ovulate on day fourteen, or exactly two weeks after the day that your period started. If you bleed every thirty days, then you ovulate on the 15th day of the month.To be safe, you must assume that you could be fertile up to five days before or after you ovulate. Once you make this calculation, you will have a better idea if you were even fertile when the condom mishap occurred.In the future, it would be good for you to keep a tube of spermicidal jelly or cream and an applicator on hand. If such an accident occurs again, immediately shoot an applicator of the cream inside your vagina.You also need to make sure that you and your boyfriend know how to use the condom properly. If you don’t get this skill under your belt, it will fall off again.First of all, whenever he withdraws from inside you, he must hold the base of the condom, to make sure that it doesn’t slip off. This is especially vital if he doesn’t have a full erection, or if he has ejaculated.He must also put the condom on properly, which includes allowing the small reservoir tip at the top of the condom to protrude beyond the tip of his penis. He must also fully unrole the condom so that it unravels all the way down and touches his public hair. If he doesn’t fully unravel the condom, it can easily fall off. This concludes your Condom 101 lesson.Hang in there and let me know the results of your test. Be confident and cool. If your test is positive, let’s talk again and discuss your options.