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I have a question, kind of worried...
This morning my girlfriend and I were playing around, foreplaying in bed, and it came to a point where my idiot self didn't put a condom on, but i touched her vagina with my penis. I did put it in a little, I beilve my TIP of my penis, or 3/4 of it, not ALL THE WAY IN... when I Pulled it out she was in pain (She's still a virgin) .. but she was not bleeding... but my penis, it was soft, and it wasn't hard any more?? I'm not sure why... was it because her screaming turned me off? or was it because I precummed... I DID NOT CUM either (No orgamsn) ... please help me with the situation!, and what you recommend (Other than using condoms next time) but what were worried about is if she's pregnant now or not?

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replied February 17th, 2010
Sexual Health - Men Answer A10113

Given the data you provided (inserting tip of the penis slightly without using condom, your partner being virgin penis became flaccid (soft) when pulled out) you might have lost the erection simply because of the unpleasant situation.

Nothing you mentioned indicates that the penile tissue was damaged.
Since you did not ejaculate, the chances for her being pregnant are very low, but not completely eliminated. The pre-ejaculation fluid (precum) might contain viable spermatozoids, especially if ejaculation occurred within a few hours earlier.

If your girlfriend misses her menstrual period you might want to suggest that she visit a gynecologist for a physical examination, hormonal laboratory tests and an ultrasound scan to determine whether she is pregnant or not. The gynecologist might also provide suggestions about available contraception options.

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