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Broken condom + No cum + Partner urinated before = Pregnant or Not?

By Anonymous September 14, 2010 - 7:27pm
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If during sex, the condom breaks, but the mans penis is immediately pulled out, what is the chance you will get pregnant?
Sex was 7 days after suspected ovulation. The guy did not cum inside and urinated before the act...
What are my chances here?

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Little to no chance of pregnancy, if there was no ejaculation and the condom was used during the entire time of intercourse.

Just so you know: condoms should not break, and there is an easy way to help prevent this from occurring again. When using condoms, it is important to use lubrication on the outside of the condom (Astroglide or other brands, usually found on the condom aisle), and to make sure there is some empty space (reservoir tip) at the tip of the condom (to hold the ejaculatory fluid, and provide some space for movement).

Hope this helps!

September 14, 2010 - 9:27pm
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