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Hi there,
So me and my boyfriend had sex today, and since I'm only 16, I obviously wasn't going to take any risks. We made sure he wore a condom, that it wasn't expired, and that it didn't break, and he pulled out long before he ejaculated.
There were a couple of times that he pulled out a little fast, and the condom slipped up a bit, but it didn't come off and nothing came out.
I know that there's always a risk, but judging by what we did, how big of a risk is there?

Thank you [Smile]

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Since it sounds like you did not have a condom failure or other contact without the condom, you should have been well protected.

Sarah Liz

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