I´m worried about this situation. While I was having sex with my girlfriend with condom protection, I pulled out my penis and just the tip of the condom stayed just a few seconds partially inside her vagina. I did not ejaculate, but now Im concerned because the probability of getting pregnant with the pre-ejaculate fluid, she is late 2 days of her menstrual period.
Please answer, I just pulled out my penis and the condom stayed partially (just the tip) during few seconds.
Need good answers, please.
The scene I'm picturing from your description would leave no greater risk for pregnancy than any other time using a condom.
The way I'm reading this, you pulled out, the condom came partway out with your penis, but then slipped off leaving the tip of the condom, but not the opening, inside her for a few seconds. If that's the case, then there was never time for anything inside the condom (like any spare sperm floating around in the precum) to come in contact with her vagina.
If the mouth of the condom was inside her when it slipped off, then there's a small risk involved, but it's really small. While precum can get you pregnant, people using the pull out method PERFECTLY have a pregnancy rate of 4% per year. In other words, if you're only exposed to precum, your average risk of pregnancy is 4% in a year. If the condom was spermicidal, then I think the risk is basically non-existant.
As for the period, hopefully it's just a little anomaly in her cycle. If it's more than a week late, then a pregnancy test should be accurate and you'll have given it time to come if it was just being a little finicky. Depending on how old your girlfriend is, and how regular her cycle is, her period could be fairly irregular, so if you end up with no period but a negative test, that could be the cause. And you can always go to the doctor for a blood test or if you have more questions.
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