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theoceanspeaks
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last night my boyfriend and i had sex for the first time. well i don't know if it really "counts" or not, considering we only wanted to succesfully get his penis inside me (previous attempts had failed and we kind of want to take things one step at a time, for both our sakes) and way early into the procedure as he started rolling on a condom, he realised when it wasn't even 1/5 of the way on that he had put it on "backwards" (is that possible?) and so he rolled it off, and flipped it "outside-in" i guess, and rolled it back on correctly. now my question lies with the fact that a) about 20 seconds beforehand i had begun performing oral, and about 5-6 seconds before he started rolling on the condom i had tasted a bit of "pre-cum" (you know what i mean don't you?), and b) could this have gotten my pregnant, considering he had switched the condom afterwards so that side with the "pre-cum" would enter my body, if there was any there at all? PLEASE respond. i'm a sensitive girl and this whole thing is starting to freak me out. =/ thanks!
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Yep, you're right. There's a risk there, as the pre-cum transfered from his penis was on the outside after you flipped it.

It wasn't a huge risk, but it's there, and if you want to avoid a pregnancy you still have some time to obtain EC (it can be effective for up to 120 hours after the risk).

Also, you were at risk for STIs, so if you aren't up to date with tests, now is the time to get tested.

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