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HTHGS: Pregnancy (written by Yvonne
I just had a little problem! My girlfriend and I enjoy a very "ahem"
sex life! I want to confirm that nothing went wrong. We were together for a
couple of days on new years! And we had fun, but yesterday she told me she bled
in the morning. I do not know what that is, nor does she! She has never
experienced anything of that sort. We
take all the precautions while having sex, but I do not wear a condom when we
have anal sex. Is that a problem? I just read somewhere that there is a discharge on the onset
of pregnancy, and I am now scared that she might be pregnant? She had just
finished her periods on the 30th, which was when I joined her for New Year and I
left on the 2nd. I want to know what to do. Should we see a doctor
right away? She says there is nothing to worry about because we took all the
precautions and we should just wait for a few days for her period to start.
What should we do? And what should we do if she is pregnant, because we
are not in a position to have a child right now.
Please advise regarding the details of an abortion as well, and how to
find out whether o not its a pregnancy. In year, are there any side effects to
an abortion, and how do abortions work? Sunny.
If your girlfriend is bleeding from her vagina, then anal sex
should not be the cause for such bleeding.
My hunch is that she’s probably experiencing spotting, which can happen
at any point in a woman’s menstrual cycle on occasion.
If she’s pregnant, other signs may include:
in appetite and mood
missed periods or having a very light, short period
the bathroom a lot
spots in her underwear
To put your minds at ease, you can buy a home pregnancy test,
like First Response, at your local drugstore. If you’re still concerned, or if the test comes out
positive, she should get a pregnancy test at a doctor’s office.
Should she be pregnant, and should she decide to have an
abortion, she can contact the Abortion Hotline: (800) 772-9100 or Planned
Both of these groups can point her to doctors and clinics
that perform abortions, and provide her with the support she will need.