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My boyfriend and I had sex (protected) with a condom and he withdrew before ejaculating on June 8. I went traveling to an international country. I was suppose to get my period a week ago (according to my period app) but I haven’t gotten it yet. I also ended up getting sick during that week and was on some meds. I just got back from my vacation. What’s the likely hood of me being pregnant? I don’t have any PMS or pregnancy symptoms. I just feel jet lagged and sick.
This can be a difficult question to answer as your body will sometimes change. It is common for hormones to change in your body thus affecting your menstral cycle. Based on what you shared with me, if your boyfriend had a condom on and he did not ejaculate, the chances of getting pregnant from that encoutner are nearly impossible. The only way to determine if you are pregnant or not is to take a... Read Full Answer
How long does it take to get results? I was just tested today
It depends what types of test you did and where you have performed them. Generally, STI testing can take anywhere from a few days up to 2 weeks. At our clinics (BCCDC/Bute St. Clinic) we typically say 8 days after your screening. If you had done PAP testing, that will usually take anywhere from 2 to 4 weeks. Usually when you test at a clinic they will provide you with a card that indicates... Read Full Answer
Can your doctors write prescriptions? I'm getting am IUD but my period just passed and my cervix wont be open enough... Cytotec can help....
I recommend you seek medical attention at a walk in clinic and I can also refer you to the Willow Women's Clinic where you can discuss options regarding your IUD. Below I provided you with the link. http://www.willowclinic.ca/ Does this answer your question? Please let us know.
Is HPV warts just treatable? Or is it cureable? Does your body rid of the virus eventually?
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is a very common virus. In fact, it’s the most common sexually transmitted infection. There are over 100 types of HPV. About 40 of them can affect the anal and genital region and are sexually transmitted through skin-to-skin contact. There are now vaccines that protect against themore common HPV types. Without the HPV vaccine, most sexually active people will get one or... Read Full Answer
I am seeking a gay or bi friendly Doctor who is taking new patients in the DT area. I recently moved to Vancouver.
Most physicians within the lower mainland are well versed with the health needs of people who identify as GLBT2S. Below I have provided links to clinics that we would recommend patients who seek queer competent healthcare providers https://spectrum-health.net/ https://denmanmedicalcentre.com/ https://www.mainlandclinic.ca/ Does this answer your question? Please let us know. ... Read Full Answer