Some guys want to learn about risks of unprotected sex after the girls period. Forgetting to use protection during heated passion feels good in the moment. But it almost always comes back to bite any one of us, especially if you don't know the person's history who you had sex with.
And you thought STD's were the only concern. The last thing on your mind when you are having unprotected sex is the risk of getting an STD (sexually transmitted disease) of any sort, but this is one of the easiest ways to contract it. Syphilis, Gonorrhea, AIDS, are just a few of many STD's people can contract from having unprotected sex.
As if STD's weren't enough. And they don't seem to scare most people away from having unprotected sex since we have a population more concerned with a few minutes of pleasure. Ten days before and ten days after a girls period is a time when she is most apt to get pregnant if she is not on birth control. And if she doesn't have a regular period, or doesn't track when she gets it, that's even playing with a bigger fire. Odds are against you on that one. And condoms or birth control only protect the pregnancy part.
Unprotected sex concern. There's a million reasons to be concerned with having unprotected sex after her period or before for both of you. You may or may not know her very well. You need to know who your potential sex partner has been with as far as whether they may have contracted an STD. Unless you know her, and know her background as far as how healthy she is, it is really dangerous. People ignore this all the time. But they also pay when they start getting all kinds of symptoms they never experienced before like itching and burning in private areas. Just some things to keep in mind if you are considering having unprotected sex..
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