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samelizareilly
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Hi! So, I finished my period yesterday in the afternoon and last night I had sex with my boyfriend. At the end we started to have a conversation and he forgot to pull out of me. I felt some semen drip down towards my bottom. He immediately removed himself and the condom without letting anymore spill. I immediately stood up and went to bathroom. From what I could tell I don't think any semen got inside the vagina. A couple of hours later I started lightly bleeding again. Thefact that the condom leaked at the end is really worrying me. Should I go and invest in some Plan B? Or is that too drastic?

[ 07-10-2013, 09:33 AM: Message edited by: samelizareilly ]

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Heather
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I'm a little confused: he was wearing a condom the whole time, yes? If so, did it slip off inside your vagina or break?

In other words, when he went to remove it, was it still on his penis, without having been torn?

If that's the case, then there wouldn't have been any semen to go anywhere, and it's more likely that the fluids you felt were your own.

If NOT, and the condom did slip off or break, then yes, if you do not want to take a high risk of pregnancy, then Plan B would be suggested.

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Edit: Heather got it.

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samelizareilly
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Yes, he was wearing one the whole time. After I felt the fluid he pulled out and the condom came off inside me. He held it so that nothing more would come out, but its likely that more did.
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Heather
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Okay.

If the condom slid all the way off his penis and into your vagina, then you need to figure the condom failed. So, if you want to reduce your risk of pregnancy, Plan B would be a good idea.

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