So just today I had sex with my boyfriend, of course we used a condom. We just did it once but before the sex I performed oral sex on him and he ejaculated. And of course I asked him to clean up because his cum was on his stomach. After an hour or so, we got carried away and had sex. and again, he put the condom on the side where it wouldnt roll down. So, he turned it on the other way, so it would.
I am really worried because is there a possibility that the condom broke because he tried to roll it in the wrong way and he wasnt hard when he put it on? I did see the cum on top of his penis because of the condom. And, his cum from the oral sex an hour before the sex would it stick to the condom and make me pregnant? (because of the said condom wrong side incident)
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Putting a condom on the wrong way round and then turning it the right way isn't correct condom usage and does have some risk of pregnancy. As this happened today, using emergency contraception would reduce the risk of you becoming pregnant. Is taking emergency contraception something you want to consider, and if so, do you know how to access it?
For the future, if you or a partner puts a condom on the wrong way round, what you'll want to do is discard that condom and use a new one instead.
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