After having intercourse with my girlfriend, as always I run water in the condom just to check it, it's been a habit since I started doing it so I just continue to do it now. She's been on birth control for over a year, but we still use a condom as a second method of backup.
I've been reading a lot of things but have yet to come to a definitive answer as to why there was a tiny pinhole in the condom after filling with water. Water would squirt out of it when I squeezed the filled condom tightly.
Few details. I didn't take the condom off right away(no I was not still inside after finishing) as soon as I felt I was ejaculating I pulled out as it's just what's comfortable for us. Then proceeded to lay down for a few minutes before taking the condom off. I did "play around" with the condom after with the water in it, not sure if that contributed to it. The hole was a little down from the shaft, so sort of close to the base. I assume if it was during sex it would have broke?
If it broke during sex the friction would have made it split larger. Could have been a bad batch as not every condom is tested. It could be fiddling with it afterwards and putting water inside as theyre not designed for that
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