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For questions that are more specific to your personal situation, we often suggest that you text us instead. It’s super easy: grab your phone, compose a new text message to the number 66746 (as if it were a contact in your phone) and start the message with ToTC. Then write whatever question you have and […]
I’m a girl and me and my girlfriend have plans to do stuff but I’m scared I don’t know where to but things as it will be my first time and I’m scared as my vagina has a long flap and it look weired and not normal and it doesn’t like tuck in it’s hard to explain
Thanks for getting in touch! This is an example of the type of question that would be better answered on our text line. Just enter 66746 as if it were a contact in your phone, start your text with ToTC and then write your question!
My partner and I just got diagnosed with Chlamydia, I been loyal to our relationship and she says the same thing, however there was a couple of times we had unprotected anal and vaginal sex within the same night, could this possibly be the source of the bacteria? Switching from anal to vaginal during intercourse?
Chlamydia can’t be transmitted by switching between vaginal and anal sex, although other infections can, so make sure you’re rinsing off in between and that both of you urinate after sex. Chlamydia can take up to three months to show up in your system, so depending on your relationship history, one possibility is that one […]
I had unprotected sex with a partner and the next day had itchy and swollen vulva then it went away in 2 days, what was it?
An itchy and swollen vulva can happen for many different reasons, so we can’t give you a definitive answer. Sometimes your body has a reaction similar to an allergic reaction when you have sex with a new partner because that person’s bacteria, yeast, pH, and other factors are different from your own. You may also […]
Yes. If you did not use any protection, such as a condom or a hormonal form of birth control like the pill or an implant, then your chances are much higher. If that’s the case, we recommend getting a form of emergency contraception like Plan B. Plan B is one pill that works by stopping […]