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My boyfriend had sex with me yesteday, he was kind of tipsy(little drunk) and he was aware of what was going on because he drove back home from the bar. He used a condom but he said he don't remember if the condom was still intact after he pulled out and he didn't check it after sex. My question is, would he know if the condom failed without a doubt if he was tipsy(little drunk)?

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Were you aware of what was happening? What do you remember?

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Yes I was aware of what was happening..I just do remember checking if the condom was still intact after I cum.

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dont

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I mean he said he didn't remember check if the condom was broken or intact after he cum.

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If a condom breaks, it's usually very obvious. Someone would have to be very unaware not to notice.

The way you described all this is with your boyfriend being very active and you not being very involved. It's obviously important to you not to become pregnant, and not having enough control in a situation can drive fears about pregnancy. You would probably feel better and more secure if you had more of an active role, for example, if you also looked at the condom after sex so that you can see for yourself it's not broken. Do you think that would help you, and do you think your boyfriend would support you in that?

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