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joe3441
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Hello, I had a close sex scenario, my girlfriend and I were having sex. We were going for a bit and then i had to ejaculate, but she did not want me to yet so I stopped in the middle of sex and slowed down, trying to hold my ejaculation in, then continued on. I kept on holding it in while we continued to have sex and I was pretty sure that i did not ejaculate till the end of the intercourse, But I was not quite sure, I might have ejaculated a little during sex because i was holding it in and continued for a period of time (5-10 minutes i think).

This got me a little worried. When we finished there was obviously sperm in the condom, I don't know if it was earlier in the middle of sex or in the end when i felt like i did ejaculate. I know i had the condom on properly, I'm wondering if any sperm leaked out from the bottom of the condom when I continued to have sex not noticing if i ejaculated or not. What are my chances of my girlfriend pregnant? I am really worried. She is suppose to get her period soon. I'm hoping for it. Or i might get the plan B pill. Thank you for your time and response everyone.

Joe

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atm1
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First off, while you can get your girlfriend plan B by buying it, it's definitely her choice about whether or not she feels like she should take it.

You really should take a condom off and put on a new one after ejaculation, but that has more to do with the risk of the condom breaking than anything else.

It sounds to me like there wasn't really a risk here. If there was any, I'd say it would be very small--and not worth dealing with the side effects of plan B. But again, that's her choice, not yours or mine.

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joe3441
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Yes, the condom never broke and was completely find after the intercourse. The only thing that got me worried was if there was sperm in there for a bit of time as i continued sex and some of the sperm could of traveled down to the bottom of the condom at the end near her vagina.
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atm1
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What I'm saying is that that's pretty unlikely and that the main risk of continuing to use a condom that has been ejaculated in is the risk of breaking.

The risk here is small, small enough that I won't recommend taking emergency contraception unless it's something your girlfriend feels is necessary.

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Okay, Thank you, I can only hope for the best, cause i do not think she will want to deal with the Plan B pill. Thank you for your time and response. Sorry for the other post, It won't happen again, Thank you.
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