What are the chances of getting an STD if the condom fell off inside her when you withdrew your penis?


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2005-11-19 02:46:38
2005-11-19 02:46:38

Still a chance, less than if you had not used a condom at all, but the chance it still there since there was contact


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if he has aids and the condom bursts you most likely have it too. you do if it was inside of you when it bursted

As long as no semen fell out of the condom inside you, the chances are virtually nil.

the girl will not get pregnant at all if the condom is on, and hasn't broken. no worries! that's what they're there for!

If a man properly pulls out and away before ejaculating sperm-filled semen, the chances of pregnancy are low even without a condom. If he pulled out his condom-covered penis before ejaculation, chances of pregnancy are nearly zero. And since the hole was both tiny and half-way up the condom, the chances of pregnancy are still nearly zero since he did not ejaculate while inside the vaginal canal.

id say about 37.5249% (give or take a thousandth of a percentage)

Would that be equivalent to a boy not wearing a condom at all? I would advise the girl to take the morning after pill...

If it wasn't a spermicidal condom there is a 2% chance of you conceiving.

If any sperm is inside your vagina you may get pregnant, if he pulls out in time you are safe, but you can still get STDs. USE A CONDOM!

even if you wouldn't have used a condom the chances would have been 99/1 because you're on the pill. now that you used double protection but it fell off i bet it was like 99,0000000001/1 so you don't have to worry. just try to get the condom out of the vagina ^^

the sperm inside the condom cannot impregnate you. However if there is a hole or split in the condom the sperm that escapes can. Although condoms are coated in spermicide it will not kill all of the sperm.

Yes. If the condom is left inside, it's not giving adequate protection from infected semen.

Yes it does. A spermicidal condom usually kills all sperm trapped inside the condom which prevents pregnancy.

Condoms are a good source of contraception if you use them properly, and they do not tear/break. If the condom didn't tear/break then, even if they did ejaculate inside you, there is very little chance you would get pregnant.

Don't think so as long as the male hasn't ejaculated and the condom has ripped

Im not sure what you mean so did he ever have on a condom the first time he ejaculated de he do this inside of you. please clearfy for me so I can better answer your question

If the condom came of but the open end of it was outside the vagina there is little or no chance of getting pregnant.

You should always remove the condom after intercourse. Sperm can leak out and impregnate the woman if not. If it is stuck inside then medical help may be needed to retrieve it.

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