Okay, I am probably worrying over nothing, but I'd really appreciate it if someone could help put my mind at rest. I had sex with my boyfriend, using a condom, and it hasn't split (filled it with water to check), but he's worried because there wasn't much inside it, and it had moved up slightly during sex. We had sex about an hour before that, and there was quite a fair amount in the condom we used before, so we think maybe that there just wasn't much left, but we really need a second opinion.
Sorry, we're new at this and we're pretty scared!
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It's very typical, after one ejaculation, for the next ejaculation to produce less ejaculate.
A condom slipping up during sex also doesn't present a condom failure or a big risk: only the condom slipping totally INTO the vagina, and with or after an ejaculation, does.
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