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Q. Does my vagina look normal?

Yes! The vagina is actually inside and not easily visible. When people ask this question they are usually referring to their labia. Labias come in all shapes and sizes. This website has some great information to help reassure you. http://www.labialibrary.org.au

Q. Can you get pregnant after your first time?

Yes! If you have unprotected sex and are not on any contraception you are at risk of becoming pregnant and also catching a sexually transmitted infection.

Q. Is it possible to catch an infection through oral sex? I've decided I'm not going to have proper sex, but I do still want to have unprotected oral sex.

Yes, oral sex is one of the ways that sexually transmitted infections (STIs) can be passed on.  You can catch an STI if you have just one sexual partner, but the chance of catching an infection increases with the more partners you have.  

 

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Rotherham Hospital

C Level, Junction 3

Opposite the Chapel

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Telephone: 01709 427777

Rotherham Hospital
Moorgate Road
Rotherham
S60 2UD