My boyfriend and I had sex last night with a condom, and it was a little snug on him. He ejaculated and I noticed a white, creamy liquid in his pubic hair. I look down, and it's all over my vagina, and even a little on my very inner thigh. We looked at the condom - there was no hole or tear - but I am more concerned that his semen went up the side of the condom and out of the base (explaining why this mystery liquid was in his pubic hair).
I am on the birth control pill, and have been for years, on and off. I have been taking it religiously for the past few months.
I know that I am on the pill and I will probably be okay if for some reason the semen did leak out, but I am still honestly very worried and a bit confused. I keep trying to remember... did he expel the air from the tip? Did he remove his penis immediately after ejaculation? I can't remember! I do remember seeing semen in the tip of the condom when he pulled out, though.
Is it possible this creamy substance was simply my own secretions? It was actually more so in clumps than a liquid and had a spongy consistency with no odor. I was very well lubricated (my own "lube" plus whatever was on the condom, as well as from him performing oral sex).
Would a discharge like that be normal? I just never noticed it before, and neither has he.
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If you didn't notice a condom break (which are typically pretty spectacular) or see it slipping off, then what you saw was most likely your own lubrication and the lube on the condom. Sometimes, the look of discharge/lube can change after it's been moved around during sexual activities (air is introduced, fluids are mixed, etc.). It may have happened in the past and just not been noticed.
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