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vinz
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My gf and I enjoy our sex life initially. We used to play safe and I wore condom everytime I had sex with her. But things getting worse since past few weeks. My condom keep breaking when we have sex lately.

I had sex with her twice for the past recent weeks. My condom broke for the 1st time and I cum inside her. I then forcing her to amid out the sperm from her womb, but it does not help much.

I then invested in a "better quality" condom. We had sex again last week and again... The condom broke... I'm penetrating her deep inside her when I'm cumming. It is too late as I had ejaculated large amount of sperm inside her. Although we realize something went wrong when we felt it was really "wet" inside.

I'm very worried now. Would you be able to advice me is there a high possibility of her getting pregnant? Her period is coming within this time frame.

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Heather
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We can troubleshoot with your condom use when we're done addressing the immediate crisis if you like. I bet we can figure out why your condoms keep breaking, since breakage is actually pretty uncommon with proper use.

It's too late for emergency contraception, so I'm afraid that for right now, you two are just going to have to wait this out. You cannot "force sperm from the womb." That is simply not possible, and I don't know what you did to try and make that happen, but in history people have tried to do that in ways that can really harm a person's health, so please know not to even attempt it. It's not something anyone can actually do.

You have had high pregnancy risks here, I'm afraid, but at this point, there's nothing you can do about them except to see if they do or don't result in pregnancy. If her period is late this time around, she'll want to take a pregnancy test.

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