if a condom does break and precum leaks does the precum have sperm in it if the guy had peed
and can condoms break easily like just by sticking it in half way for like a minute no harsh movements?
and can you obviously tell that a condom is broken cause i see a very little hole that might have been caused by me stretching out the condom to see if there was a hole and its durability until it broke?
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Me and my boyfriend of 4 months had sex tonight and the condom broke he noticed that right after it happened he didnt cum inside of me but a little later he was fingering me and he found the broken piece of the condom inside of my Vag... He cam the night before but pee'd right after is there a chance that im pergo if he's pee'd alot today?
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Pre-ejaculate does not normally contain sperm. The only time there might be sperm present in it would be when he has recently ejaculated and there may have been some sperm left over in his urethra; even then this would be lessened by his urinating prior to any sexual activities. Condoms do not break easily when used properly and it is very obvious when they do. The lack of, or not enough lube is one of the more common causes for condoms to break. This article, Condom Basics: A User's Manual , should be a helpful reminder of proper use. Please let us know if we can be use further help.
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