Ok here's my problem.I had sex with a friend of mine the other day and while we were having sex I heard a loud pop. It sounded like a balloon. I pulled out and put it back in. We continued having sex for atleast five minutes and then he had an orgasm. He always pulls out before he is about to *** and he did this the other day. My question is did the condom pop? What was that noise? If id did pop am I at risk of pregnancy. Also when he stuck he penis back in me I heard the pop again.
If he did not ejaculate, and still had the condom on (even if it popped somewhere) there would only be an infinitessimal chance of getting pregnant.
If you thought it might have broken, why didn't you inspect the condom? Regardless, it sounds to me like there was too much air in the tip and when he thrusted, the air bubble got pushed out the top by the pressure.
In order for you to get pregnant from an incident like this, there would have to be SO many things in play, ie if you were ovulating, IF there was any sperm in his precum, IF the lubricant/spermicide in the condom didn't kill the lone sperm in his precum...
I think it is probably ok not to worry about this incident and keep up the SMART move of no ejaculation inside, even with a condom - that is playing it safe!
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