Hi Doctor, Thank you for your response on my previous question. However, due to my lack of sexual experience. I am in doubt of my condom accident.
I have sex with legal CSW. There were no oral sex and it was protected vaginal intercourse.
She was riding me till I ejaculate in her and i did not immediately pull my penis out. After a few more riding, i pull out my penis and there was white liquid coming out of her vaginal. My first instance was did the condom fail but when I look at my penis. The condom was still intact and cover my penis ie the condom did not break. I remove the condom and check for any holes or leakage as my semen are still in the condom.
I am thinking that the condom was working fine. However, my doubts are still with me that I wonder did the condom fail me. The condom that I wore was Durex extra safe with extra lube.
I hope to hear good news from you and thank you so much for your help on this forum
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