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Me and my boyfriend had a brief moment of sex i guess on the 3rd day of my period he put a condom on and stuck like 1/3 of his thing in and just moved it around alittle . This doesnt sound like a very dangerous thing but then again it was my first time for him too i dont know if he put the condom on correctly cz he unrolled it first then put it on. Anyways back to the point after that i took the condom and stretched it to see if there was any holes i pulled on the pieces so hard it broke... pretty stupid of me but by then i was assuming i was safe until i got parinod after the next day. I looked over the condom pieces n i saw this very oddly shaped hole very small on one piece of the tip pieces and i was wondering whether it was because i broke it or it was already there and if so could i be pregnant by precum if he peed and ejaculated the day before? It wasnt like a random brand we used the trojan brands
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Vivi1324, your question has been answered here. Please do not repost the same question many times. If you have other questions around the same topic, please ask them in the same thread.

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