I'm just worried. I made a bit of a mistake.
My girlfriend and I had sex less than 24 hours ago, so Plan B is still an option.
We had sex with spermicidal condoms, but she made me switch to another type of condom (caused her pain) and the condom was a bit too large (it wasn't snug but it didn't fall off or even slip out) and we continued (I wiped my hands off and my penis off before putting on the the second condom) Since I got so self conscious about myself, so I found it difficult to maintain erection, but I came inside of her with the condom on after losing erection, but regaining it a few times.
We had sex an hour later, with the same brand condom, so it was still loose, but after a few erection losses, I gave up and disposed of the condom without orgasm.
I guess my question is, could precum have slipped out of the bottom of the loose condom during my erection losses, then continuations (I never urinated before the second time, so semen in the precum is possible) or even ACTUAL semen during the first time?
The condom was made to feel loose at the top, but taper off at the bottom, but Im not long enough, but thick enough. And on top of that, there is no resevior tip.
I've masterbated into the condom before trying it, and I noticed it was hard to make slip off, but it was loose at the top, and even without a tip, it was hard to move the semen down to the bottom of the condom. so maybe not actual semen could have gotten out, but what about the precum after my erection losses?
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As long as the condom didn't slip off, you're fine. The chances of semen or pre-ejaculate coming out the bottom are extremely small.
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