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I was having sex with a condom on and i were on top.I ejaculated into the condom while still inside of her ,slightly lost my erection and we continued for few minutes. Condom doesn't break and slipped down maybe 0,2-0,5 inch
. Is there any chance of pregnancy? It was our first time..

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Robin Lee
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HI gluet and welcome to Scarleteen,

It sounds like the condom did what it was supposed to. For future reference though, you'll want to stop intercourse immediately after ejaculation and take off the condom as continuing intercourse increases the risk of the condom breaking or falling off. If you wish to continue intercourse you can put on a fresh condom.

Here's some reading about condoms in case you'd like to learn more:


Condom Basics: A User's Manual


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