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Today my girlfriend and i had protected sex. Once i climax i pulled out and there was a white mucusy 'curddled' looking substance on the outside of the condom. We also use lubricant. We checked the condom and everything seemed ok with it. What is this substance and what are the chances she is pregnant??
Since I wasn't there to see it, how could I possibly tell you what the substance was? It might indicate an infection, so if you girlfriend develops any symptoms such as itching or burning, she should see her gynecologist ASAP. I can't give you "chances" of your gf being pregnant. Statistically, condoms are very reliable with properly used with spermicides. Dr. J
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