I have veginal fistulla. My boy friend did not know this. So I am very nervous on seeing him. What I do?
Last Updated: 10/26/2020 at 8:12am
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He need to know what’s going on. It’s natural to feel worried, even scared. You may worry about rejection and rumors. But to protect him and to keep your relationship healthy (and avoid any future embarrassment), it’s a conversation you need to have. It’s normal to be nervous about telling someone something like that. Everyone raises the subject differently. Here are some ideas for handling the conversation: - Try imagining that your roles are reversed. - It’s best to be direct. - It’s best to be honest. - Allow the conversation to proceed naturally. - Don’t push your partner to make decisions about sex or your relationship right away. - Encourage your partner to ask questions.