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I'm am going to get right to the point. After I am done having sex with my boyfriend I notice that after he pulls out a whole lotta sperm comes out also. Every time I'm finished having sex I have to run for the kleenex and wipe myself. What's that all about? Is there a problem with me? Does this happen to anyone else?

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This is normal. It's gravity, really ... What goes up must come down.

Condoms would solve this problem nicely. Not only would it mean less cleanup for you, it means decreasing your pregnancy and STI risks.

(I'm going to assume that since you're NOT using condoms that you and your partner have been tested for STIs ...? If not, you need to stop having unprotected sex and do this now.)

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