My boyfriend and I had sex for the first time, and he used a condom that had been prelubricated. He also said that he had practiced putting them on before, so I'm pretty sure it was all put on correctly. He didn't have a hard time getting in, but it hurt a little bit for me and so I told him to stop after about 10 seconds of intercourse. There was no ejaculation and he said the condom didn't slip. I already read the articles on condom use and pregnancy scares, but is this how a condom is used correctly, and am I at risk of pregnancy? My boyfriend said there's no chance but I'm a bit worried about pre-ejaculate and I'm just looking for another opinion. A bit off topic, but can a gynecologist tell if you've had sex? I was a virgin up until this incident, and I'm visiting a gynecologist soon- I dont want my mom to find out about this.
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Basically, if it was on for all genital contact, and it did not break or slip off, you're good
And, no: a gynecologist cannot tell whether you've had intercourse before. However, it is best to be honest with your doctor, so they can give you the best care possible. Your mother does not have to find out: everything you talk about with your gynecologist is confidential.
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