Okay, so like, I had sex with my boyfriend 2 days after my period. We used a condom and while he was in side of me, he told me that he "came". I started to freak out because there could have been a hole in the condom or it might have spilled or something. He kept telling me that he came in the condom but not me.
Now 2 days has passed since we had sex and during the day after we had sex, my stomach started feeling hard. I haven't had any signs of pregnancy like throwing up or headaches. I'm just really concerned if a hard stomach has anything to do with pregnancy. Can someone please tell me something that will help and calm me down? ):
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There is nothing to worry about with the condom here. If it had broken, it would have looked like a popped balloon; they are very obvious when they are broken.
Condoms cannot have holes unless the actually split - which is the popped balloon effect. They cannot spill, because condoms are made to be tight to the penis and there is a special place for the ejaculate to go - into the only open bit at the tip. The rest of the condom is tight to the penis and does not let the ejaculate move anywhere.
Your stomach feeling hard cannot possibly be to do with pregnancy - because the symptoms do not show up that quickly.
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