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amanderr
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Is it like a smaller risk of getting pregnant if you have sex with a condom on and move once the guy ejaculates, or is it the same risk?

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Karybu
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I'm not clear on what you mean by "move once the guy ejaculates" - could you explain a bit more, please?

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Like move out of the vagina

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I think you're asking about having intercourse and using a condom, the guy ejaculates in the condom while you're having intercourse, and then removes the penis from your vagina - do I have that right?

If so, then what you're describing is correct condom usage. For a condom to properly protect you from pregnancy and you both from STIs, you need to withdraw the penis from the vagina after ejaculation (and hold the base of the condom around the penis to make sure it doesn't slip off). If you both want to carry on having intercourse, then you still need to stop, withdraw, take off the used condom, and put a new one on.

Continuing intercourse with the same condom would put you at risk of condom failure, because there's a real chance the condom could break.

Does that answer your question?

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