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welp
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Hi,

I was having sex with my guy friend yesterday when I thought I felt the condom slip, or break, or something. It felt like it was sort of flapping around in there. We checked, and it hadn't come off or broken or anything, but he had come and there was a big wet spot on the bed. Could some of it have gotten in me, even if the condom didn't come off? What counts as slippage? I'm not on the pill- could I be pregnant? Should I get EC? Thanks for your help.

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LilBlueSmurf
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If the condom didn't come off, it's pretty safe to assume the wet spot on the bed was YOUR bodily fluids.

Slippage is when the condom comes off the penis in a manner that semen can escape. The condom would be most (if not all) of the way off.

If this didn't happen, you do not have a pregnancy risk and do not require EC.

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welp
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Thanks for the quick response [Smile]

It's a relief that there's nothing to be worried about. I just didn't think that I could produce quite that much fluid!

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