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Answered by: Dr Ramzdhan
I am in my 30s. I first lost my virginity at 18.
My first concern is: I have since losing my virginity been masturbating A LOT. Every night sometimes even during the day.
My second concern is: Yesterday at around 7pm I had sex with someone. He was mostly fingering me when he suddenly decided to penetrate sans condom but before he could, he came. Am I gonna get pregnant? Also how long after this incident can I still take morning after pill?
Thank you for your questions. The following answers regarding your current queries are just general descriptions due to the limited information provided by you. Click on this link (DoctorOnCall) for a private consultation with our doctors.
First and foremost, we truly understand your concerns regarding your symptoms and other health problems you might be facing. To address your first concern, human have sexual drive due to certain hormones and some individuals may have higher level of such hormones and it’s okay. Hence, you have to practise safe and hygienic method of masturbation to prevent any sort of sexually transmitted disease especially HPV infection which carries cancerous risk.
For your second concern, if you had sex during your fertile period of the month, there are higher chance you might get pregnant if sex is unprotected. Morning after pill is an emergency contraceptive method which is able to protect you from getting pregnant, and it has to be taken within 72 hours after sexual activity.
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