i was just wondering.. me and my girlfriend were having intercouse yestarday and it seemed as if her vagina was somewhat dry.. we were using a condom. i continued on a lil bit more.. but it didnt seem to change she was still dry. and it seemed like the condom was really tight on to my penis and it rolled up about an inch but i held onto the base. so i pulled out and put on a fresh one. the same thing happend. we had sex about .. 45 mins before that and i ejacuated etc. i was just wondering if pre-cum or sperm could have slipped thru the base of the condom because her vagina was dry and the base rolled up a tiny bit? maybe im just being paranoid but thats the type of person i am. also the condom was perfectly intact afterwards, no tears or holes. thanks
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As long as the condom didn't break or slip, you really don't have a risk for pregnancy (it is pretty much impossible for sperm to sneak out with a properly fitting condom).
HOWEVER, it sounds like you were using no or too little extra condom-safe lubrication (which is a big must with condoms, it makes everything a lot safer and much more comfortable for both parties) - so, if you were using extra lubrication, next time use more, and add extra if you need to part way through. And if you were not using extra lubrication, it's time to start! That will greatly increase your pregnancy protection and improve your sexual enjoyment. You can pick up a bottle at any grocery or drug store, in the same place you would buy condoms.
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