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filchimnl
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Good Day:

I just been having a lingering thought on my mind. I had sex about 3 weeks ago with my partner and I think I use the condom properly. I always make sure that there is no contact between our genitals before we perform any sexual activity and I always take care when I put my condom on. I also make sure that I do not ejaculate inside her.

However, three weeks ago we were having sex and we did the usual routine putting on the condoms and all but this time we went two rounds. I did the usual for the first round and I made sure I didnt ejaculate inside her. After this, I immediately took of the condom. I cleaned myself and put a new one before engaging on for our next round. And for the next round I did the same thing when we finished I withdrew before I came.

What worries me is that, I do realize that after ejaculating there could be still some residual ejaculate that may come out and I'm worried if this could have leaked out during my second round with my partner. Is this possible? and is there a high risk of pregnancy from this situation?

Thanks

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Redskies
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Welcome to the boards, filchimnl.

Condoms are designed to securely hold all your fluids. So, the second time you had intercourse, any and all of your fluids would have been contained in the second condom and not entered your partner.

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filchimnl
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quote:
Originally posted by Redskies:
Welcome to the boards, filchimnl.

Condoms are designed to securely hold all your fluids. So, the second time you had intercourse, any and all of your fluids would have been contained in the second condom and not entered your partner.


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filchimnl
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quote:
Originally posted by Redskies:
Welcome to the boards, filchimnl.

Condoms are designed to securely hold all your fluids. So, the second time you had intercourse, any and all of your fluids would have been contained in the second condom and not entered your partner.

Alright. Thanks for the information Redskies. I just couldnt get it off my mind and we do try to do these activities as careful as we can.
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