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Hi, i had a protected sex and ejaculated inside. My question is, what are the chances of pregnancy? Knowing that i used condom from the beginning till end, and i pulled out before my penis got soft. My only concern is if the a sperm leaked out from the base. Also, after we finished i checked the condom and it didn’t break.
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Hello and welcome to MedHelp's forums.  You can confirm the following with your own doctor but condom usage during intercourse is an effective way to prevent pregnancy.  However, failure can occur. Please keep in mind, this is usually when someone has used the condom incorrectly or it breaks which is very noticeable.  Pin holes are a myth as condoms break wide open and difficult to miss when this happens.  The general rate of condom failure is 13 percent. https://www.cdc.gov/reproductivehealth/contraception/index.htm.  However, again, if you did not have a condom break during intercourse, I would be inclined to believe it worked effectively at preventing pregnancy.
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Sorry for the late reply. I’m still worried about pregnancy. I haven’t contacted the girl since then. But i did an experiment by masturbating. So I intentionally wore the condom in a wrong way, like not leaving enough space at the tip for the semen. So after i ejaculated, some of the sperm got around the penis and some in front( tip). I checked the base of the condom ( the ring ) and there was nothing. Actually i feel like the ring was tight enough to prevent the semen for leaking. Knowing that when i had sex I immediately pulled out before my penis got soft. Is that reassuring enough?
I keep reading crazy stuff on the internet which make me nervous always
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