so my girlfriend and i were having sex and it felt weird according to her so we checked and the condom had come loose, not fully off but the only part still on was the tip area, it was noticed pretty much straight away and withdrawn quickly, i did not ejaculate, i know there was pre, there always is, but im still worried, she has a 3-4 cycle and it was the day just after her period ended, please help i am quite worried about this
Sorry to hear you had a condom scare.
Your risk of pregnancy or STI's is very low from the sounds of what happened, given that the condom didn't come off completely and there was no ejaculation.
That being said, as you alluded to, pre-cum can contain enough sperm to allow conception and if it had leaked further down your shaft, there is a small chance that she may have been exposed to some.
Given that it was the day after her period ended, that means that she shouldn't have ovulated yet, and isn't likely to do so within the next 48 hours (how long sperm stay active inside the female reproductive tract). So again, the risk of her conceiving is exceptionally small. However if your girlfriend is young and/or slightly irregular... I can't guarantee she won't ovulate early. Though it would be a freak occurrence.
I'm not sure what country you're in and what the drug laws are, but if you're concerned, then it might be worth talking taking to a pharmacist to assess your risk and, if need be, provide you with a course of emergency contraception. Which is a tablet (or a course of 3 tablets) for your girlfriend to take which minimises the chance of pregnancy if taken within 76 hours (3 days) of the intercourse.
Hope this helps. Unfortunately I can't tell you 100% that there's no chance because human bodies often jump out of convention and throw us a one-in-a-thousand occurrence... every now and then.
Take care, and go see your pharmacist.
All the best mate.
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