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Yes because the condom failed/was not applied right.
No. Once the semen enters the condom, the stuff they put in the condom kills the semen right away.
There is a chance, you should have used a new condom.
Condom are considered to be 90% to 97% effective (depending on who you talk to). So even with proper condom use you have a 3% to 10% chance of getting pregnant. Most sources favor the 97% figure.
First, you open the foil. the next step is checking for damages in the condom. If no damage is found on th condom, take it, put it on the tip of your penis, and roll the condom down the shaft, and pull the tip up just a bit for room so the condom can do it's job properly.
Yes if you can find one aproximately the right sise and shape. However the quality in the latex used in balloons leaves a lot to be desired compared to that of a condom. in other words dont rely on a balloon condom.
You need to go to the Hospital right away.
well first you tear open the package and then you pull the condom out and then you place the condom on the penis then roll down the condom make sure you do this before sex always be safe and enjoy
Yes it can. If the condom is too little or too big. It's important you try out so you get the right size.
I would say 0.1%
Yes, her husband was an important figure in his own right.
Yes... you are pregnant right now
no it shouldn't change the shape because translate means to move it right?
No. You should throw it away and use a new condom.
The possibility is high. Try using a latex condom. the non-latex sometimes break easy. After you ejaculate you should hold on to the condom until you pull out, so the sperm doesn't leak out of the condom. Also, you should use Vaginal Contraceptive Foam with a condom as a back up. Or some condoms have spermicide in them. Ovulatin usually is 12 to 16 days before the period.AnswerIts possible but there has to be eggs to fertilize, so figure out if she was ovulating. You can get an ovulation test or try to figure it on your own. A girl ovulates with in 10/14 days after the first day of her last period.
If the condom did not break, then I highly doubt you'd get pregnant. There is always a small chance though, although it's very tiny.
Better not. Some lotions and creams can weaken the thin rubber of the condom very quickly. If you want the full benefit of using condoms, use them right. Get a proper, water-based, "condom-approved" lube.
a solid figure that has a right angle
A lot less if you use a condom.
adjacent to the right angle