My bf and I were trying to have sex and we did use a condom. As he was trying to put it in we realized he couldn't fit so we stopped condombut when he pulled out the tip of his penis and he still had a condom on but a clear liquid was on the outside of the condom. Now we did use a lubracted condom and we did a little bit of foreplay before he put the tip of his penis in. We did checked the condom twice to see if if it broke by filling it with water and it didn't leak. Is it possible the clear liquid came from me?
Can I become pregnant of the condom didn't break, slip, or leak?
Added 31 Jan 2015:
Also he didn't ejaculate.
It's possible the fluid came from you. You release some clear fluid if you're sexually stimulated enough. When you say your bf didn't "fit", it was probably because you weren't stimulated enough to produce the fluid that lubricates and helps him enter you smoothly. Your vagina WILL expand to accommodate his size if you're really interested in having sex (turned on). Remember you're made to have babies and that is a much bigger expansion of your vagina. It might take a few minutes, especially if you're worrying about something like getting pregnant.
If this is your 1st time, you may have the hymen to break through and that would make it harder for him to enter. A male has seminal fluid with sperm "leaking" out of his penis before ejaculation. You could become pregnant without an ejaculation, but the possibility is much lower than if he does ejaculate. I hope the condom was on at all times his penis was entering your vagina. That's the best way to be sure you don't get pregnant.
Checking the condom for leaks with water is pretty creative. I guess you know they fail as much as 20%. The other failures would be if it came off, which you've mentioned, and if it developed a small tear or break during sex.
You sound very concerned about getting pregnant. May I suggest a 100% effective way... to not be sexually active and still have a bf. If everything else about your relationship is > or = 90% right, if he can enjoy being with you without sex, then he's a keeper. You'll know it's YOU he's interested in vs. sex. And that feels soooo good!
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