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Mar 06, 2012 in the Sexual Health Community - 7
Never let your partner ever do this to you again! air trapped in the vagina can cause infections and overall pain and discomfort for you. I've never heard of this vacuum effect, but this is definitely not the safest sexual practice to be doing.
Mar 06, 2012 in the Women's Health Community - 1
it's old blood mixing with your cervical mucus. totally normal. the newer blood is, the redder it is. the older blood is, the darker it is.
Mar 06, 2012 in the Pregnancy 18-24 Community - 6
I get bronchitis all the time as well. I've had it and gone without antibiotics. It took me months to get rid of. The next time I got it, I did not want to suffer for months on end for no reason so I got antibiotics immediately. Trust me, it's not worth going without the meds, so get it checked out and get well.
Mar 06, 2012 in the Pregnancy 18-24 Community - 4
There's always a chance you could get pregnant when you have unprotected sex. Your chances increase when you do it on or before your O day. If you're trying to get pregnant, then good luck and hope it's a BFP when you test. If not, good luck.
Feb 24, 2012 in the Sexual Health Community - 4
no. this is not safe at all. There is a lot of bacteria and fecal matter in the colon and rectum that could make him very sick if he consumed any of it.
Jan 14, 2012 in the Pregnancy: April 2012 Babies Community - 6
It's normal. I remember a classmate of mine from college was about as far along as you (having a girl, so she was carrying pretty high) and she would frequently get flushed in the face and have a hard time breathing because the baby was pushing on her diaphragm.
Nov 27, 2011 in the Pregnancy 18-24 Community - 2
Ya, I was thinking the peace of mind would be nice. lol
Nov 27, 2011 in the Pregnancy 18-24 Community - 2
This requires a bit of background details to help me out. Overall, this has been a very strange month. I got AF on 10/28 and it was very light and lasted for the usual 2 days. My fiance and I BDed on 10/26, 10/31, and 11/01. Around day 10 (11/06), i seemed to be ovulating. On, 11/11, I had a colposcopy done and 3 biopsies were taken. A preggo test was done th...
Nov 26, 2011 in the Women's Health Community - 2
Smell and a burning sensation are indications that you have an infection. You need to go to the doctors immediately. You cannot let infections go untreated or they will get much worst.
Nov 26, 2011 in the Women's Health Community - 1
yes, it is possible to be pregnant. Antibiotics counteract birth control and essentially cancel its effectiveness, leaving you unprotected. Since you are late, take a pregnancy test.