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lizzylala17
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I was having sex with my boyfriend, and we decided to stop for whatever reason. He had not ejaculated into the condom. However, when I got up off of him, the condom slipped off and fell on the floor. If it was still on for all sexual purposes, he never came, and it only fell off when he pulled out, but is that considered a condom failure? Could I get pregnant? Please answer, I'm really freaked out.
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domogneas91
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If he didn't come, and the condom didn't fall off inside you, I seriously doubt you'll get pregnant. This happened to me and my ex a few times, and nothing happened.

There has to be a little bit of ejaculate to get pregnant. If there wasn't any, you should be okay. But if you're really concerned, would you be comfortable talking to your doctor about it?

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lizzylala17
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No, because that would mean talking to my mom about it, and I can't talk to her about sex.
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Patricia H
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Not necessarily; you can personally request that what you speak about with the doctor to be kept strictly confidential.

And no, you did not experience a condom failure. A condom failure is if the condom breaks and/or leaks mid-intercourse, and there is a legitimate chance that semen may have gotten into your vagina, leading to a pregnancy risk. What you described does not even come close to what I wrote here.

So no, you do not have a pregnancy risk.

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