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If a couple is using a condom, and the guy ejaculates, then the condom must be taken off. My question is-if the couple decides to continue hving sex after the condom is removed, is ANOTHER condom needed, or is pregnancy not possible because he has already ejaculated?

I have asked all my friends about this and no-one seems to know? HELP

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Yep, another condom is definately needed. There will still be sperm in a second, or third, or fourth...or 465,241 time.

Check out these articles:
First Intercourse 101
Safe, Sound & Sexy A Safer Sex How-To
A Simple Condom Primer

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