When you are growing up, you may start thinking about love relationship, marriage, and sex. You know little about sex as it is your first time to get yours. If you had never tried sex, for the first time having sex, what should you do to keep yourself first time safe and comfortable?
Before knowing more about safety, let us learn what will happen to your body when you have sex? Will it hurt? Will I get pregnant? Will I have an orgasm? If you pay attention to your body, there probably won’t be any pain. What you might feel is a bit of discomfort because this experience is new to you. If you don’t feel hurt, then using lube can make intercourse more comfortable and enjoyable. You will not get pregnant as using condoms, so don’t be afraid.
Ways to reduce anxiety and keep yourself safe and comfortable.
Remember to have a foreplay before sex, it may help reduce your anxious feelings. Masturbating, kissing and touching, which will help you to feel more comfortable.
Find cozy place
When you are in an unfamiliar or uncomfortable location, your mind will be in two places. This can make it hard to focus on what’s going on, and can make it difficult to fully enjoy what’s happening.
The risk of contracting infections is much higher if you don’t use protection when you have sex. Some sexually transmitted infections (STIs) include: HIV/AIDS, genital herpes, syphilis, gonorrhea, etc.
It’s absolutely possible to get pregnant when having sex for the first time. If you don’t feel ready to have a baby, you should use contraceptive methods to reduce the likelihood of pregnancy. Using condoms, and practice safe sex to avoid sexually transmitted infections.