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jw123
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So I had sex with my girlfriend, my condom cam up a tad (it was still tight) and i looked down and saw a sort of moisture on the inside of the condom so I panicked and stopped. I was worried that her lady liquid could of got in to my condom from the base ( i checked for holes and there were none) but i was confused because the condom was super tight. But then later on, i realised that the sort of moisture liquid wasnt slimy enough to be her 'cum'(i hope) and also i didnt cum, just pre ejaculate was found in my foreskin. An example of how it felt was as if you have rubbed your finger down dondensation, but it isnt as wet. So i did research and it could been sweat. But apparently the condom i used (Durex extra-safe) has a tad of lube inside the condom too? Can anyone confirm this with me please? Did anyone else get the same result if they have tried this condom?

P.S on the box it only says extra-lubricant. Not where it is. I'm really worried still!!! PLEASE HELP ME!!

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Robin Lee
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It sounds from what you're describing as if the condom didn't slip off at all, which means that it was functioning correctly.

I'll do some poking around to see what that "extra lubricant" means.

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jw123
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Thank you. Yes the condom did not slip off my penis at all. In fact, it was no where near coming off. My condom came up my penis to about half way on the odd occasion. So i was putting it back down etc.
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jw123
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Did you find anything Robin?
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Heather
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Just FYI, "extra lubricant" on a condom box or wrapper just means what it says: that there's more -- likely only a few drops more -- lubricant on it than on other styles or brands.

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