First off, I just want to say that this is well-organized and informative site.
OKay, now my question. My girlfriend is 4 days late with her period. We've been using a condom everytime for 7 months now. Around 2 weeks ago, we spent a night at a fancy hotel in nyc. I brought really thin condoms to try out. After I ejacalated, I was still inside her as I slowly pulled out and I'm afraid some cum might have seep out. I was "softer" than I normally was when I pulled out. I held the condom at its base as I pulled out but there were already white substance at the base. My girlfriend said it was probaly from her. But cause the condoms were thin, I could see substance around my shaft while I had the condom on. I'm afraid cum might have seep out. How much should I be worrying right now? I should add that my girlfriend recently had a brazilian wax 2-3 days before she was suppose to get her period. I dont know if that information helps. Last night, she was crying for no reason while we were cuddling and and then the next moment she was laughing at a joke on tv. She's also complained about cramps the past two days. But she's still 4 days late on her period.
I'm sorry in advance if anything i typed wasnt p.c.
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It doesn't sound to me like you had a pregnancy risk- when a condom breaks, it rips and tears like a broken balloon does, so you'd have known if there was a leak issue. In fact, thin condoms provide better protection than thicker ones- the thinness of the latex reduces friction, which reduces the chances of the latex breaking.
Next time, though, it's best to withdraw, holding the base of the condom of course, before you lose your erection.
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