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I have a question regarding the definition of using a condom with withdrawal. We always use a condom and when he is near ejacualation, he withdraws it and we would finish by oral sex..around 10-20 seconds i think..Is that also called withdrawal or withdrawal is pulling it away at once once he feels like ejaculating? Thanks. I just want to be sure..
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What withdrawal typically refers to us intercourse without a condom where the male withdraws prior to ejaculating. If you use a condom, there's actually no need to pull out, as the ejaculate will be contained in the condom. In fact, it's safer to stay put, as hurrying to pull out can lead to spilling and thus cause a pregnancy risk.

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