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immagoat
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me and my bf of 1 year had sex for the 3rd time last week. We used a flavored condom and he didnt finish inside me. I was ontop of him and he came, but not inside me. Is there a risk?
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So, you used a condom for all genital contact, and he did not ejaculate inside of you? Then it sounds like you do not need to be worried about a pregnancy risk.


For the future: you'll want to avoid using flavored condoms for intercourse. They contain a lot of sugar to produce the flavor, and that can cause infections for some women.

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