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Sex With Condom No Breakage
Extremely low: Extremely low percentage. I wouldn't be too worried. ...Read more
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
Protected sex with condom no breakage, 3 days before ovulation as calendar predicts, no ejaculation, chances?
No symptoms of pregnancy but late period, recently had sex but used condom without breakage plus pulling out before ejaculation. Any suggestions?
Pregnancy test: Condoms have been known to develop microscopic holes and fail, thus a pregnancy test is in order. ...Read more
Protected sex condom used every week. No breakage plus pull out with condom. What are my chances? Also what are chances from pre c?
Protection: According to the CDC, the failure rate of condoms in typical use can be up to 18 percent. ...Read more
I had protected sex didn't last long, no signs of breakage to condom. 10 mins later had protected sex again. Pulled out both times & came. Is it bad?
Bad? Sex?: Condoms work. You did everything right. How can that be bad? ...Read more
Had sex with a condom, pulled out, check for breakage, now normal premenstrual things (moody, small cramps, etc) could I be pregnant? What are chances
Small but not zero!: Best way to check is to do HPT after a week or two and if unsure check in another week. ...Read more
Doc, I always had sex with multiple partners with condoms safely used. It's been a year. Chances of getting hiv? No breakage or leak.
My fiancé and I had sex February 16th (ovulation). Period on February 3rd/4th. Condom the entire time (no breakage/leaks) No BC. Chances of pregnancy?
Had sex a week after 1st day of period...Precum in condom but no cum, no condom breakage, (did water test to check condom breakage).pregnant?
Doubtful: As stated in the question, it was only "pre-cum" to begin with, that was in a condom, that was stable and working, so it would be UNLIKELY that you would be pregnant from this encounter. Best wishes. ...Read more
Package instructions: Most condoms have an instruction packet located inside the box showing you how to use it. Placing a condom on the erect penis is fairly simple leaving a small space at the tip to collect the ejacuated semen. You could watch an instructional video on you tube or another channel regarding proper condom use. ...Read more
Condoms: You place a barrier between your penis and the vaginal wall, it may feel different. ...Read more
My boyfriend and I used an ultra sensitive condom but the sex didn't last long. Is it due to the condom?
Possibly: There could be many causes. Was this unusual? You can try again, and see if you get the same result. ...Read more
I had protected sex with my partner the condom was not broken but still I m in tension what should I do?
Take a pregnancy: Test if period delayed.Get a more detailed answer ›
I know I should use condoms but it makes sex so much less enjoyable. Are there any brands that help with this?
Yes: Different strokes for different folks. Try all of the various brands. You are sure to find one that is more effective for you. ...Read more
Had protected sex but felt my partner ejecaulate threw the condom does this mean that the condom could of had a hole in it?
Condom hole: Probably if in the fertile period you may want to use another agent or if you are late check a pregnancy test ...Read more
I did sex with my boyfriend without the condom. But he come before we started doing sex. Not inside me. He clean him self and he did sex?
Possibly conceived: If circumstances are right, that is if you happened to ovulate, you may conceive from this encounter. Take pregnancy test, but wait a week, because the test will become positive only about a week after you conceived. ...Read more
Had protected sex with my girlfriend I pulled out still though and when I did the condom turned like inside out? What happened? Help me please.
Fit matters: For a condom to be effective it should be tight during all stages of intercourse and applied before any sexual contact. If it inverted, it was likely bigger than you need or you were going soft. This may allow secretions/sperm to escape. You may need to shop around and find a condom that stays on better or begin to withdraw as soon as you feel yourself begin to soften. ...Read more
I think my partner has chlyda. Cause I got tested postive. He got check 3x & still neg. I'm clean now. Shuld I use a condom or just no sex at all?
Thurs around 3pm I had protected sex but the condom wasn't there when we changed positions he nutted on my back, condom was inside w/ nut in it. Help?
Plan B: If you want to make sure you don't get pregnant, you can still take plan b. It is a hormonal therapy consisting of a pill that you take to prevent pregnancy, but you must take it within the first 72 hours after unprotected sex (and the sooner, the better) to prevent pregnancy. Talk to doctor today to get a prescription for it because you are under 18 you can't just get it over the counter. ...Read more
Me and my boyfriend did sex without the condom. He come first when we start doing sex buy he clean he self...Im a little bit worried. What I can I do?
The only thing that you can do: Is wait for the next periodGet a more detailed answer ›
Good day Good day I need some advice urgently. I had protected sex with my boy friend on the 4th of last month, there was no breaks in condom and nev?
Re-ask: I am sorry but your question was cut off. Please re-submit and clarify. ...Read more
Sir, I am 24 male before six years there is a major problem for me that is a condom blast during the sex I am scared of that issue and I came?
Condom malfunction?: Since the malfunction was six years ago, I assume you're not worried about pregnancy. Std may have been contracted then, I suppose that's your worry. Get tested for std syphillis, hiv, hcv with a simple blood test. That should allay your concerns. If there was a pregnancy and you haven't heard about it yet, then you're probably not involved and should relax as well. ...Read more
Bacterial vaginosis: Your BV should be treated, probably with metronidazole. Until then, it would be best to avoid sex or to use condoms consistently. BV often persists or is harder to cure with continued sex. Also, you and your partner should be tested for STDs like gonorrhea and chlamydia, which are more common in people with BV. ...Read more
Just watch and...:
Just watch for now. Men use condom for protecting against pregnancy and std with good success, but not guaranty as usual for anything we do in life. So, just watch and observe if the symptoms and signs of pregnancy appear, and do pregnancy test timely. If in doubt, see doctor. Of course, exercise precaution and use fitter condom with good lubrication to avoid slipping.
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Use it only one time: A condom should be used just one time. After using it, it should be safely thrown away. A used condom has sperm and germs on it, so re-using it can lead to infections and pregnancy. However, if a person just used his last condom, has absolutely no way of getting another one, but is compelled to engage in sex, then washing the condom and reusing it might be an option of last resort. ...Read more