If it is gone you need to find it. If it is still inside the female she will get an infection and very sick. Air bubbles are not uncommon when you put a condom on or as friction starts going. It means it came off sometime during the deed. Find it soon. Careful analysis [several times] of answer 1 and the question, suggests that its author MISUNDERSTOOD the QUESTION, and thus was answering as if the question were "If a condom is missing after intercourse...?" The following points relate to the "missing AIR BUBBLE" from the tip of the condom, and not a missing condom. 1. Although not probable, it is possible that the disappearance of the air bubble is the result of an opening [pinhole or tear] in the condom. 2. The DISAPPEARANCE of the air bubble described at the tip of the condom is PROBABLY the result of the air working out around the penis during intercourse. 3. You do NOT "need to find it" as answer 1 suggests, as that air is impossible to find or retrieve. 4. The statement, "If it is still inside the female" she will "get an infection," and "make her very sick" is accurate IF the subject is a condom in the vagina, but if the subject is AIR then there is no hazard. 5. The absence of the AIR BUBBLE does not indicate that the condom "came off sometime during the deed."j3h. I personally find this answer an honest one and it's coming from someone with little experience, but at least they had the sense to use a condom. The proper way to use a condom is to always check the expiration date on the side of the box (it will say "best before _____" and if you have gone past that date then get a fresh box of condoms or just a couple if that's all you feel you'll need. Be sure you get the right sized condom! Once you take the condom out of the sealed package you should gently stretch it, then blow in it to be sure there are no leaks. You should roll the condom gently leaving a bit at the end (at the bottom of your penis) and then roll the rest up to the end of the penis (near the crotch area.) The end of the condom is suppose for semen and thus, you probably think the end of it has disappeared when, in fact, it's full of semen. Marcy
That would be very unlikely as they are quite strong the air bubble could have gone any where.
hardcore oral sexual intercourse
Until it's gone.
It's called breaking her hymen and yes you can. Most likely is it already gone though since they break easily. Her virginity can only go away by intercourse though.
It can take any where from 1-4 weeks for a break out to heal. If you're using any thing to treat it with then it could take 1-3 weeks. Do not have intercourse or oral sex until the break out is completely gone.
Boom. Eye Gone! O_-
You know what a bubble is: something that fills with air and grows and grows until pop! it's gone. The bubble is a metaphor for the transience of the kind of reputation the soldier seeks--it grows and grows and in an instant, it's gone. It's sort of like the fame of pop stars.
Chlamydia can damage the body, but the germ is gone after effective treatment is completed. Patients being treated should avoid oral, anal, and vaginal intercourse, even with a condom, until seven days after one-dose treatment, or until seven day treatment is completed.
Well, if you have gone to a doctor and confirmed a break, they will put you in a cast or boot and you will have to deal with it from there
Yes, they will break easily. 1 ollie and your board is gone
Chlamydia can damage the body, but the germ is gone after effective treatment is completed. Patients being treated should avoid oral, anal, and vaginal intercourse -- even with a condom -- until seven days after single-dose treatment, or until seven-day treatment is complete.
He'll get over it and make another eventually.
Treatment for chlamydia is very effective. Reinfection, though, is common. Patients being treated should avoid oral, anal, and vaginal intercourse, even with a condom, until 7 days after single-dose treatment, or until finishing seven-day treatment. Any damage from chlamydia is not reversible.
he is taking a break
away means gone on a break
He's in my house. he's smoking a joint and having intercourse my maid right now .. you mirin ?
It is about a Break up, or an ending relationship.
The only thing wrong with this sentence is that both parts of the sentence are in present perfect. Rewriting the sentence without contractions: "He has gone down, and he has not put his hands out to break his fall". One wouldn't say this. One would say, "He has gone down, and he did not put his hands out to break his fall"; or "He went down, and he did not put his hands out to break his fall".
There is no way to check a man's virginity, be he Muslim or not. Unlike in women, where the hymen is ruptured during sexual intercourse, there is no physical change to the penis or other male structures that indicate having gone through vaginal intercourse.
when you get around the age of 60 women usally go off sexual intercourse as they begin menopause.
take a break
NO once its broken its gone no more at all of you hymen is left so it is kind of impossible to break your hymen twice mickey527
There is no 100 percent way to avoid getting HSV2 but there are some precautions you can take to help prevent getting it. Your partner should be honest with you to let you know that they have it and they can also tell you if they are getting a break out so you can avoid having intercourse. NEVER have intercourse while a break out is in progress or healing, wait until it's completely gone before you resume having intercourse or giving oral sex. Your partne should be willing to take suppressants or antiviral medication to help make them less likely to pass herpes on to you. Condoms can be used in between break outs. Even if you do every thing right there is still a small chance that you could get herpes, f it's too much risk for you then you may want to avoid having an intimate relationship with some one that has herpes.