Her Gynecologist found ovary cysts. So he put her on progesterone only pills. we had sex twice on Mon night, she might have missed her pill that day as she might threw it up after taking it. and i am not sure if she takes it the same time every day. I used spermicidal condoms + pullout before ejaculation. In between sex, after first ejaculation i went to the bathroom, rubbed some warm water on my penis, then washed my hands thoroughly and dried them. In about 20 minutes, I used another spermicidal condom + pullout. My hands were complete dry when i unrolled the second condom. I am not sure i unrolled COMPLETELY to the base. I am afraid some semen was still on the base of the shaft during the second round. should i worry about this ? is there a possibility?
I honestly don't think you have anything to worry about, but this is really something you should talk to her about. There seems to be a lack of trust here and you should take care of that before you are intimate again.
It was our last time we had intercourse. I broke up with her and i have no way of asking . It has been couple of weeks now , and i cant tell her to take a test. don't you think semen would have dried out in that 20 minutes period, Thanks for assuring me ....
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