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82457acb1a Sign UpThank You!You have chosen to receive our newsletter at . Did it help you? Thanks! Yes No Not Helpful 3 Helpful 3 What about IUDs? If I have one, is it safe to have a first time without a condom, if my partner is a virgin as well? wikiHow Contributor IUDs are very effective at preventing pregnancy, so it's likely this is safe. Because the vaginal opening is very close to the urinary opening, bacteria can easily get into that opening and create a urinary tract infection. Even once you're an old hand at intercourse with a given partner, it is entirely possible -- and usual -- that it won't be what brings you to climax by itself, but that other forms of sex, like oral sex or clitoral stimulation combined with intercourse, will. Always use a condom if you're concerned about pregnancy, and if at all possible, another form of birth control to minimize the risks involved. Even so, use protection if you aren't planning to get pregnant.
If you've been having other kinds of sexual and intimate activity beforehand with someone you care about and trust, and have already established good patterns of communication about sex specifically, you can move (or not, depending on your own limits) into intercourse without it feeling forced or alien. Sometimes, however, a male partner may "miss" the vagina and start to enter into the anus, so if that happens, just speak up. Instead, opt for a silicone- or water-based lube. You will receive an email shortly confirming your subscription.You have already subscribed.. 4 Know what your hymen is. Go into it ready to have a laugh, and those awkward instances won’t seem like such a big deal. Understanding your own anatomy can help you feel more confident, especially if your partner is also a virgin.