How to know if condom leaks - Doctor answers
Morning After Pill: You can try to inflate the condom to see if there's a pinpoint hole. Nevertheless if you suspect the condom leaked, broke, or was forgotten then taking the morning after pill (emergency contraception) can minimize the risk of unplanned pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
These are mostly closed end tubes of latex and occasionally other materials to cover the penis during intercourse and prevent pregnancy and disease transmission. A wise person uses them when the history of their partner is unknown. There are some available for women's use ...Read more
Condom failure: Condom failure is not common. Condoms fail only 2% of the time. A fresh condom properly used with water based lubricant will provide good protection. Check the expiration date before use. After intercourse you can inspect the condom for holes or tears. If the condom is intact, then you're ok. If you discover a tear in the condom, you can prevent pregnancy with Plan B emergency contraception. ...Read more
My condom leaked and my gf takes bc pills consistently. This happened on day 7. Should I be worried?
Check with your doc:
check with your doc asap.
Used a condom and he pulled out. Checked condom with water test afterwards. No leaks or holes whatsoever. Am I safe??? I'm freaking out.
Could the condom have broke with out us noticing? Could it have been leaking the whole time without us being able to see a drop come out of it?
Nervous during sex and I keep thinking that some of it could leak through the condom or something, how likely is that?
Condom failure: Condom failure is always possible., but not likely if used properly. ...Read more
Condom leaked from the base but he pulled out. I believe I was ovulating that day I took plan B within the 48 hours. Very scared!
Unlikely...: If you used Plan B as prescribed during that period of time you should be fine. The failure rate is small although not as small as the regular contraceptives. In other words there is still a small chance of pregnancy so always be aware of that. Keep track of your period and if any problems follow up with PCP or GYN provider. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi, my gf and I had use spermicide condom, we do it a lot. I don't think there were any leaks, and I always check the condom after sex. Is shepregnet?
If postinor is a: Type of emergency contraceptive, and the condom 'might have leaked' then the chances are very low. Consider a pregnancy test if you are late on your cycle but it doesn't sound definitive that there was a leak into the vagina. Good luck. ...Read more
Using a condom, I pulled out I noticed a slightly thick white fluid on condom when pulled out. I didn't feel myself ejaculate Could it be her? Or leak?
Here are some. ..: What you saw might be normal resulting from vaginal natural fluid and penetration. The longer the penetration, the more it may be seen. It's okay as long as being comfortable with no bleeding. If still in doubt, seek prof-evaluation and counsel. But still remember up to 75% of women and 50% of men with chlamydia infection may be asymptomatic. ...Read more
What is the chances I might be pregnant? He used a condom and pulled out. He said that the condom didn't leak but he touched me before he put it on.
Always worried. Use male condoms, pull out method, &have been on BCP for 8 months. Check condoms w/water. None have ever leaked/broke when filled. Am I ok?
I brke my virginity we used a condom and tested if it had teared n no semen leaked. Just in case I drnk a morning pill. Wat are the chanc of bng pregnt?
Depends: Condom failure is cited as 10-20% per year of use. Failures can often be traced to misuse, like applying after some intercourse, poor fit, re-use after initial event. As long as it is applied before any contact and fits well there is usually no problem. This also requires that a male find a brand that fits and stops if they go flaccid. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No risk at all: Even without a condom, giving oral sex carries little or no risk for HIV. One estimate, by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is one chance for every 10, 000 exposures, if the penile partner has HIV. That's equivalent to giving oral to infected men once daily for 27 years before transmission might occur. With a condom the risk is therefore obviously zero. You needn't worry about it. ...Read more
Hello, I have recently had sexual intercourse, It was protected we were using an extra safe condoms, could it of leaked from the base? Thank u.
Condoms: Condoms are quite effective when used correctly. If you are concerned that semen leaked out of the condom or if you did not use the condom correctly then consider using plan B. Use over the counter Plan B if intercourse was within 72 hours to decrease the risk of unplanned pregnancy. Consider starting birth control as well to avoid these scares in the future ...Read more
A day ago me and my boyfriend had sex and he said that I orgasmed. There was white fluid leaking out a lot. He wore a condom. I didn't feel anything.
I think not: If you felt nothing, then it is unlikely you had an orgasm. Honestly, men have only the faintest clue as to whether their partners have orgasms or not (I refer you to Masters & Johnson if you want more info.) Your BF probably cares about you and is hoping you enjoyed the experience, but no one in the whole world knows a woman's orgasm except that woman herself. Best wishes. ...Read more
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