If a condom breaks, should I completely stop that night just in case I make things "worse", or would it not make anything worse so why stop?
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Well, obviously, if you had a break and then continued to have sex after without replacing the condom, the risk of pregnancy would increase simply because the amount of sperm present would increase- whether through pre-ejaculation or ejaculation.
So if your condom breaks, stop. If you feel like you want to continue, put on a new condom.
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