When we were having sex, my boyfriend pulled out and the condom stuck inside of me. Is this dangerous? The condom itself isn't likely to be dangerous — though you'll need to get it out so it doesn't cause problems.
I always laughed when, in middle school, my friends worried about getting tampons stuck inside of them. I was the first to brush off any fear that anything could actually get stuck inside your vagina. I mean, how could you not know if something is up in there?
Having sex means mentally preparing yourself for all manner of potentially messy situations. One possibility? A condom getting stuck or lodged inside you after intercourse.
I take the pill, and, most of the time, he'll use a condom when we have sex. One night, we were making love when Gary's condom slipped out inside of me. The funniest thing about it is that neither of us felt it.
It was two days before Poppy Coleman realised what had happened — leaving her just hours to do these crucial things. Contraception doesn't always work. Photo: Getty Source:Whimn.
Now the fun really begins. When a friend recently told me she peed out a condomI had many questions. How long had it been stuck inside her?
Sometimes, a condom can fall off during sex and get stuck inside the body. This happens rarely and is not a cause for panic. When it does happen, the condom usually can be removed relatively easily if you know how.
So you had a nice sex sesh, finished up, and then realised that somehow the condom your partner used managed to slip off and get wedged inside. First off, remain calm. This is good advice in general, but it does actually serve a purpose beyond making you feel less frazzled.
Can a condom get lost inside a woman? This is a question that concerns many women who use condoms for birth control and to protect against sexually transmitted infectionsespecially if they have experienced condom slippage during intercourse. This is not a common occurrence and is typically due to the condom being used incorrectly.