So my GF and I had sex our first time on Saturday, (her first time...mine, not so much, lol)
Now she is paranoid of getting pregnant. Not because we didn't have unprotected sex; actually quite the opposite.
I've had 4 years of condom use experience under my belt (pun FULLY intended), I put the condom on before any contact (properly, I might add), and she has been on birth control pills for more than a year now.
We got the plan B/Morning after pill (just to make her feel better) and the pharmacist pretty much laughed at her paranoia (not literally, but you could tell she wasn't impressed with the whole situation once she discovered it wasn't unprotected) My GF didn't take the morning after pill (because it would have restarted her cycle)
How can I convince her that the only way she is getting pregnant is if it's immaculate conception? She is wigging out over NOTHING, and I can't seem to get her to calm down.
Damn Canadian sex ed classes, they make people paranoid instead of careful.
Maybe try showing her statistcs on the likeliness of getting pregnant when practicing safe sex. Also you could try suggesting birth control, plus a condom... you should be quite safe there.
Quote:Also you could try suggesting birth control, plus a condom... you should be quite safe there.
They did use birth control and a condom.
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Thank you Bob for reading the whole post.
Well, she's 19 and doesn't want kids...that's a primary reason, lol.
She seems to have calmed down after talking to her friend (funny, she'll listen to a peer rather than a medical professional; that's a whole other issue, I'm sure.)
Well now she is all paranoid again..she has 'morning sickness' (which is pretty tough, because I've never heard of morning sickness 3 days after conception, doesn't that happen in the 5th week or so? lol)
Oh..that morning sickness is also accompanied by a headache, and stuffy/runny nose. She's going to make me lose my mind...
I was just venting, sorry; I find the situation sad and funny at the same time.