So I'm 17 years old and my boyfriend says he 's going to ask me to marry him in a year when I get out of high school. It's hard to describe how much we love each other. We've been going out for a year and we're now just starting to have sex. I've been on birth control the entire time and we've been using condoms. We've had sex about 30 times in the past 4 months and I haven't gotten pregnant. Does that mean we're just really lucky or does this mean that might not be capable of getting pregnant naturally in the future? Kinda a stupid question huh?
Well you obviously dont understand the concept of birth control which ultimately states.... You are nowhere near ready to bring a child into the world. My advice would be research birth control, and mature a little! X
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