Condom inside vagina
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. While your first instinct may be to panic, staying calm and knowing what steps to take is a better response. HuffPost asked experts to share what you should do if you ever find yourself dealing with a stubborn condom. Dweck added that you may even want to get into a warm shower or bath to help relax your body.
What To Do When A Condom Gets Stuck Inside Of You
A condom got lost in my vagina and I developed an infection, Health News - AsiaOne
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. But when a condom slips off, you are at higher risk for STDs and unplanned pregnancy. Put your finger into your vagina and see if you can pull the condom out. If you can get it out on your own, check the condom to be sure it is whole and no pieces are still inside you. If you can't remove the condom completely, or you're not sure it's all out, call your doctor or visit a health clinic right away.
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This is a rare occurrence, so it's unlikely to happen again. But, if it does, lie back, relax, and insert one or two fingers inside of you and try to pull it out. Or, have your guy do it. Just be sure your nails or his are smooth since the tissue is delicate and easily scratched.
Having sex is loads of fun, but can also cause some major stresses. And one of those stresses is when the condom gets stuck inside. Yeah, not a lot of fun. It doesn't happen all that often, but if it does, you should know what to do if the condom is stuck inside.