I have had sex once with my boyfriend? Can I get Pregnant?

Yes, a single sexual contact can lead to pregnancy or infections like HIV (which leads to AIDS), and STIs (sexually transmitted infections), even if it is the first time for either or both the partners. A girl can get pregnant even at the time of first intercourse because getting pregnant is dependent on whether or not an egg has been released in her body (ovulation). Since there is no 100% guarantee that the egg will be released on a particular day or time, one cannot say for sure that she will or will not get pregnant. Similarly, one cannot tell whether or not one will get any infection because just by looking at a partner one cannot make out whether or not the partner has an infection. Also, many infections (including HIV) do not have symptoms. Sometimes one takes the risk of having unsafe sex assuming that the partner belongs to a 'respectable' family and therefore will not have engaged in risky behaviour. People's socio-economic status is no shield against infection as infections do not pick and choose their targets. These reasons make it essential to use a condom each time one has sex or engage in activities that pose no or a reduced risk to self and partner

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