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Possibility of falling out of a condom during sexual intercourse

Possibility of falling out of a condom during sexual intercourse with a minor boyfriend (Day 3 of menstruation relationship)

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Q: I’m a high school girl in my late teens. I had sex with my junior high school boyfriend after wearing a condom at my house. (I slept on the third day of my period.)

My boyfriend’s genitals are small, so the condom fell out during the relationship. I didn’t assess it, but I’m very nervous right now because there’s a possibility of getting pregnant through Cooper’s liquid. Can I relax?

A: The possibility of pregnancy is slim because you were involved on the third day of your period and you weren’t vaginally diagnosed. Sometimes, a small amount of sperm may be mixed in the Cooper liquid secreted during sex, so it cannot be determined that it is not 100%. If the condom didn’t rip and the cooper liquid or semen didn’t flow out, you don’t have to worry too much.

If you are really worried, please purchase the pregnancy test machine at a pharmacy or convenience store and check it out. The time to use the implant is two weeks after the last relationship date.(Because after two or three days of sexual intercourse, it is fertilized and conceived about 10 days later.) You can pee for the first time in the morning to see if you’re pregnant

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