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pinkstarrs
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My boyfriend and i had sex and the condom slid off a little bit two times, should i be worried?

[ 10-05-2008, 06:47 PM: Message edited by: pinkstarrs ]

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JamsessionVT
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Did your partner ejaculate before the condom slipped?

Did the condom actually come off, or did it just slide down a little, or twist a little?

If the answer is yes to the first question, and the condom either came off or slipped a great deal, than you may have a small risk.

If not, then you don't have anything to worry about.

Condoms slipping usually happens for two reasons: nobody holds the base of the condom when pulling out, and/or the condoms are too big. So you might want to think about condom fit, as I'm guessing that's your problem here.

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