If you have been irregular for the last 4 months, then you should take a pregnancy test to make sure that you are not pregnant. Now, I am going to act like your mother and tell you that you should wait until you are married to have sex. I am sure that a lot of people are going to write in and "boo" me and tell me that it is none of my business. But I consider anyone that writes to faqfarm a friend and I don't want any of my friends to contract any STD's since they are 100% preventable and I most deffinately do not want anyone to get AIDS. I wish you all the best of luck in the world. Good luck and God Bless:)
Use birth control, use condoms, don't have sex.
When you become sexually active condoms are a good thing to use both from the point of stopping pregnancy but also because they protect against Acquiring Sexually transmittable diseases.
If you are sexually active with more than one partner, getting checked regularly will take care of any health issue or sexually transmitted disease.
Why do they need help? If you mean help them to become sexually active, that's really not your responsibility! People will become sexually active when they are ready to, and rushing them will harm them instead of help. Falling in love will help a person become sexually active. If you can get them to say I'm in love with you sex will be next and it will come easier and on a regular basis.
go to a local health clenic... or find a sexually active friend.. or just use the 5 finga discount to get some.
Not necessarily. Though, if you're getting that intimate with a girl, you should be able to ask if she's sexually active! (Or take a hint.)
i dont use condoms i my vagina does the same thing .. i cant find any answers for why it does
Mozart was a sexually active man he had a PENIS!!!
Going to a gynecologist has nothing to do with you being sexually active or not. It depends on if one of your partners has had an STD. You should go get tested, just to be sure. And then use a condom with every partner, every time. Condoms are the only way to help prevent an STD. If possible, you should ask each partner to get tested also. That will protect you and them. you are always at risk.the only way you wouldn't be if you didnt have sex at all.if you arent using condoms you need to get checked. Unless both you and your partner have been checked and been faithful you are at risk. Condoms are certainly a big help but not 100%. If you are sexually active (even if you are both faithful) you should be having regular cervical (Pap) smears anyway.
sexually active means someone who has had sex.
The Bonobo chimpanzees are the reputed to be sexually active frequently.
No, a person will not get a STD if they are not sexually active.
There are no foods that can make someone sexually active.
Yes. In fact he was extremely active. He was by far the most sexually active scientist of his time.
They have sex more... Obviously.
Sugar pills don't have the active ingredient so it would be the same as missing a regular pill. You will be unprotected for 7 days so USE CONDOMS
Not necessarily. If you're sexually active it can mean chlamydia or Gonorrhea. However, if you are sexually active you're still capable of getting NGU as regular bacteria from your partners mouth can cause a reaction, or if perhaps you've touched your urethral opening and have had some form of bacteria on your hands. Although initially sexual transmission is assumed, it's not always the case.
In my opinion I believe that schools should distribute condoms especially in sex education classes, because during their junior and senior year some students are sexually active and they should want to promote to the younger generation to have safe sex
Nearly 3 of every 10 Teenagers are sexually active according to MSNBC
It is not essential to be sexually active. Many people have remained celibate throughout their life.
Being somewhat sexually active at 13 is fairly common.It's too young to try and find other guys/girls who are sexually active though.
The more you have it the better it will get. Sexually active couple in their sixties still have a regular sex life.
spermidical lubricated condoms kill active sprem
The most common sexually transmitted disease in young sexually active girls is HPV or genital warts.
Yes. You can get cervical cancer without being sexually active. That's what they are checking for in a pap test. Current recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are that women begin getting Pap tests at age 21 or within 3 years of becoming sexually active, whichever comes first. See the link below.