HI! Can someone please relieve me? I have two scenarios and was wondering if there was any pregnancy risk involved.
-My last period was December 19,2011. My period is always a few days late. I am highly stressed and sexually active. I don't take the pill and I only use VCF and condoms as birth control.
-I had sex January 11 and used protection, contraceptive film, and checked to see if there were any holes in the condom (used water). He finished in me with a condom on and I noticed there was a little watery discharge on my BF's balls. It could have been sweat, cum, or my vagina juices. Was there a pregnancy risk here?
-Next, I had sex yesterday (january 17) and it was the best sex ever. Again, we used condoms and VCF and were very careful. The first time, I let him finish in me with the condom on. He then proceeded to the bath room and removed the condom, washed his hands and washed his penis with water and soap. Could sperm survive this washing? When he came back, he put another condom on and again, his balls were wet (this time with water, i know it was water). We continued to have sex. Is it possible for his balls and the water containing his sperm to get shoved into my vagina while we were having sex? Like as he went in out in me, his balls were slapping my vagina. We tested both condoms with water and they were fine.
I am expecting my period soon (January 19th) but I do not feel hormonal, my boobs arent sore, and I don't have back aches or breakouts on my face. Please help me! I need to know the risk percentage so I can run to the store and get Plan B.
Filling condoms with water is actually incorrect use... Condoms don't have holes in them, if they break, they split open like a balloon and you will see it. They are not meant to be filled with water, only with ejaculate, which isn't a lot of fluid, it just fills up the very tip of the condom. If you are handling the condoms and filling them with water before using them this can increase the chances of them breaking. They shouldn't even be unrolled except directly onto the penis.
Water does increase the potency of sperm or enable them to travel places they couldn't normally, so I dont see a reason to worry here. A long as the condom was on for all genital contact and didn't break or slip off then the risk is very small.
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Sorry, I should have been more clear. We filled the condom after he came and we had sex, just to be "sure" there was no tears or pin holes and stuff. We properly used the condom in the beginning and was just worried the liquid on his balls might've been water and cum.
It's most likely what you saw on your partner's testicles was your own vaginal lubricant; as semen cannot leak out of the condom like that unless it completely slips of - completely - or breaks. Neither of those things happened, so your condoms will have both still been 98% effective. It also could have been sweat; as testicles are very sensitive to temperature.
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