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Could sperm on condom be a risk?

By Anonymous July 14, 2015 - 2:11pm
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I had protected sex with my girlfriend. We had two sessions, after the first session I did not clean my penis after removing the condom, then when I tried to put on the condom for the second session, I realized that was trying to put on the condom with the wrong side, so I flipped it and continued. My question is: if I had sperm on my penis and it contaminated the condom, is there a high risk of pregnancy? What should I do? There was about a 10 minute break between the sessions.

I might sound like a complete idiot for asking this question, but I want to be safe than sorry. I know I have not proceeded correctly, but at that time I had not realized what I was doing.

Thank you

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Thank you very much for your reply.
I am wondering maybe if some remaining sperm could have transferred from the urethra to the condom, but I am not sure. If the risk is very low anyway, I would not want her to be needing to take the pill. But as you said, its not up to me.

July 15, 2015 - 11:49am
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