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gatsbyfan
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My girlfriend had just been licking the head of my penis and we were ready for sex. i put lubricant on the inside tip of the condom, per your instructions. as i started rolling it down i realized that had it on inside out so i switched it. it was already covering my head.

anyway, i couldnt tell what was the drops of lube, her saliva or what was on the tip of my penis that touched the outside part of the condom that would later go inside her.i had not ejaculated from what i could tell, and i dont know if i had any preejaculate mixed with with her saliva and the lube i had put on the inside of the condom.

im worried that maybe i could have cum or maybe even had precum on the tip of my peniswithout noticing and that got on the condom before i flipped it inside out. what would you say is my risk?

cliffs- precum, saliva, and lube on inside of condom while i was putting it on backwards. i flipped it inside out and put it on again. whats my risk?

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Heather
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If, in fact, there was pre-ejaculate on the outside of the condom when you had intercourse, then there may have been a low risk of pregnancy.

If this happened with the last 120 hours, and your partner is not comfortable with even that level of risk, she might consider emergency contraception.

Next time, obviously, if you have something like that happen, you want to toss that condom out and use a new one instead.

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gatsbyfan
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and licking it off/non spermicidal lubricant mixed in with the pre ejaculate wouldnt lower that risk? her period is crazy and ended last friday
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Heather
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No, I'm afraid licking it off wouldn't change anything, nor does non-spermicidal lubricant kill any possibly active sperm. Neither regular lube nor slaiva are spermicides.

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