What are the chances of pregnancy if the condom falls off in the vagina?

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2011-09-13 20:02:33
2011-09-13 20:02:33

Most likely she is pregnate. That's what happend to me.

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Anytime viable sperm comes in contact with the vagina, pregnancy is a possiblility.

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THAT IS a tricky question. It depends on how much semen escaped, and how far away from the vagina it was when it "spilled". Chances are you (and she) are safe, but nothing is for SURE. If the condom was clearly outside the vagina, I wouldn't obsess about it. That is why it is VERY important to withdraw the penis as SOON as you have an ejaculation, BEFORE the erection is lost. REMEMBER condoms are VERY effective when used properly. I give you credit for USING a condom, but if slipping is a problem, I would recommend also using a vaginal suppository or foam that kills sperm. That way you avoid PRENANCY and STD's. Hope This Helps...... If none of the sperm entered the vagina and or the cervix to get to the eggs then no. Is the girl ovulating? No eggs no baby.

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It's possible. according to this page: http://www.askdramy.com/withdrawal.HTML "A ๏ฟฝ teaspoon of semen can contain 100 million sperm or more. That means that if any semen gets near your vagina, there is a significant possibility of pregnancy. So if your partner pulls out just a fraction of a second later than he intended, you could get pregnant. If he ejaculates anywhere near your vagina, you could get pregnant." So next time use a condom and if you miss your period, definitely take a pregnancy test.

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While comdoms have a 99% success rate in laboratories, this falls to approxamatly 78% due to human error. Sperm may leak from the base of the condom if you don't allow room for it in the reservoir by pinching the tip. Sperm may be on the outside of the condom from foreplay. ETC.

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It is not easy to become pregnant while wearing a condom. You cannot become pregnant while wearing a condom unless the condom rips, tears or falls off during intercourse.

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It has nothing to do with the size of your partner's vagina. --you are not putting the condom on properly. If the condom is the right size, the outer rim (ring) will remain at the base of the penis and outside the vagina during penetration. The outer rim should never enter your partner's vagina--this is when slippage can occur. --the condoms you are using are either too big (more likely) or too small for you--both of which can cause slippage. Putting on a condom should feel like putting on a sock--some resistance, but not cutting off your circulation or loose. If the condom is too tight, you will not be able to properly unroll it down to the base of the penis and it will be more likely to slip off inside your partner. The condom should roll down properly and fit snugly on your penis. The condom should never feel loose or slide at any time. Snugger fit condoms can be found at most pharmacies and stores. --in some cases, overly lubing up the inside of the condom can cause slippage. Also, if you're not maintaining an continual erection during penetration, the condom may more easily slip off. Go to the below link and read the section on 'slipping' and also the proper way to put on a condom: http://www.embarrassingproblems.co.uk/condoms_b.htm

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The condom will probably not "just come out". You will need to pull it out. Try grabbing it with your fingers. If you cannot reach, try a squatting position as this shortens the length of the vagina. If you cannot get it out, you will need to visit a doctor to have it pulled out. It is not safe it leave it in at all. Visit a doctor asap - today if possible.

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The sperm can escape and she can get pregnant. She can straddle a toilet and reach and remove the condom. If she can't reach a doctor can remove with a forcept.

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Lets say a woman is performing oral sex on a man and he ejaculates in her mouth. maybe he said something funny which made her accidentally spit some of it out and it by chance falls onto her vagina. Well, if that little bit of sperm was to somehow swim inside her and make it all the way to the egg, I guess she could get pregnant. In other words...I AIN'T GONNA HAPPEN

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Yes, you could get pregnant like that. Take a pregnancy test if you miss your period. It depends on when you ovulate (release an egg) and if you do this around 12 days after your period, you could be pregnant.

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Normally most of it falls out almost imediately.

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It apparates to a magical land of semen water falls

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There is ZERO possibility of getting pregnant that way. You can, however, get pregnant by having sex and not using a condom...sounds like "semen on the stomach" is referring to the pull-out method...and you can STILL get pregnant doing that.

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the egg could bust inside of her if she has clipped wings and she falls or if you pick her up to much and she falls off your finger or out of your hand.

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Hi,Your question is:Ways of getting pregnant with the condom on?You can become pregnant when using a condom if the following should occur:* Condom falls off* Condom rips or tears* Condom has any holes in it.Aaah That Happend To Meh And My Ex-Girl Friend Jenny ,, We Were Happily Bangin When Suddenly She Pulled me Into Her Even More She Started Sayin Hardder Hardder .. I Did ,, The Condom fell off , She Got Pregnant ,, The Condom Was Still In Side Of Her Though ,, She Had A Termination Because We Broke Up Threw All The Arguements About Who's Fault It Was ,, We Got back together ,, The Same Kind Of Thing Hapend But We Were So Drunk We Forgot The Condom ,, Now We Have Split Up And She Had Another Termination ! So Guyz Be careful out there x

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