Just a condom question/concern. All condom instructions tell you to squeeze the reservoir tip, or, if a condom doesn't have one, make space by squeezing out some room in the condom. This also prevents air from being in the tip.
What if your partner didn't squeeze the tip? And noticed lots of "wetness" on the condom and at the base? Some websites say that semen can move up the shaft if the tip is not squeezed.
But if there happened to be air in the tip of the condom, could ANY semen be in there? When my partner checked the condom, there was still a "normal" (from what he says) amount of semen in the tip. I didn't know if part of the semen pushes out or if it all does. I'm trying to figure out if the wetness was from his mistake and possible semen, or just wetness from me.
I hope this makes sense to whoever is reading it...thanks.
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if you do not push the air out if the air bubble gets squeezed during intercourse it might excape dowb the condom sides and open up little holes just long enough to let some semen out. although i believe this is fairly unlikely,
i hope i have been of some help, D.
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