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sunkissedx
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I had sex today , the condom split and ive literally just went to go to the loo and the end of the condom shot out into the loo from my vagina entrance ! :s the thing is though i was bleeding during sex, i am due to turn but can this be dangerous what if there is some rubber left up there ? I cudnt feel that in me in the first place
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I really think we need to go over again how to use condoms properly. Clearly, you're missing something since you keep having so many problems.

If something like that winds up in the vagina, it will usually work its own way out. But it sounds like it already did. The bigger concern here are your pregnancy and STI risks.

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im not having problems putting the condom on right but now my vagina so tight it feel like i cant even get fingers uo there. I was really wet and i wasnt nervous but it just seems to have gone really really tight [Frown]

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Putting it on right isn't all there is to proper use, as I've gone over with you before. For instance, making sure condoms are stored properly is another, as is making sure to always use extra lubricant. Can we check in about all the things we've talked about before with proper use?

How tight your vagina feels right now doesn't really give us any useful information, especially about pregnancy and STI risks.

I think what you really need to do is make sure that if you're going to keep having sex with people that a) you make extra-super-duper sure condoms are always used absolutely correctly (including how they are stored) and b) should talk to your sexual healthcare provider about another method of birth control for you to use so at least the pregnancy angle is covered should you have another incident with a failed condom, okay?

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