Hey. Well today me and my girlfriend were fooling around and it lead to sex. He gave me a BJ for like a minute and we proceded to have sex. Without looking I reached for my condom and put it on. However I looked down and I noticed it was on backwards, not ON my penis but like pressing agaisnt my head. I turned it around put it on my penis and then we had sex. I also used the pull out method when I came. Im worried me pressing the condom against my penis the wrong way would increase the chances.
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He gave me a BJ for like a minute and we proceded to have sex.
Its cool man, gay sex doesnt lead to pregnacy
Let's agree to respect each others views, no matter how wrong yours may be.
Assuming that you meant she gave me a blowjob and that it was indeed a girl you had sex with, there is a chance of pregnancy. If there was any cum present or precum that contains sperm from a previous ejaculation (jacking off or sex), it could be transfered to the outside of the condom before you turned it around. Using the pull out method would not take care of any sperm sells that are now on the outside of the condom.
Since girls are only fertile some days of the month, and since you would have had to have left over sperm cells, chances are that you are OK. But the safest thing is to put on the condom at first erection and roll it on the right way the first time.
lol I meant SHE sorry. Well I jacked off two days ago and peed alot during the days between. And I think its been a week and a half since she stopped her period. I didnt rolled it on backwards, just pressed it on my head of my penis
the condom was about 9 months old in about 82 degress.. im scared that some semean might have leaked through the condom..the brand was lifestyle
If it had been 2 days since you jacked off, the urethra would have been clear, so the backwards condom would not be an issue. If you had recently ejaculated, and precum was on the tip of you penis, sperm cells possibly could have been transfered to the end of the condom and then to her. It doesn't matters whether you unrolled it completely or not.
Now to the question of the viability of the condom. As you are probably aware, condoms have an expiration date and you should not use them after that date. The expiration date assumes optimal storage conditions. Being in your wallet or heat will degrade them sooner. However, if you noticed no visible damage, there probably was none.
Assuming that your girlfriend has a "normal" cycle, she would have been close to ovulation. The average girl's cycle is 28 days, but can range from 24 to 34, and ovulation usually occurs about 14 days before her period starts, but this too can range from 12 to 18 days before menstruation. Thus she would have been close.
But, given that there was probably no sperm in your precum (if you had any) and thus the condom was contaminated, and you reported no visible problems with the condom, you probably did not impregnate her.
If a condom is old or perished due to heat, the usual effect is that it breaks during sex. If it didn't break, it's probably all right.
did u have intercourse while it was on backwards or get near her vagina