You're faced with an urgent dilemma: what to do if the condom slips off. If you are currently facing this situation, you are probably in need of a quick answer. If not, keep this information in mind in case it ever happens to you.
What to do if the condom slips off before sex: You've just ripped the package open and slid your condom on. What if the condom slips off your penis before you begin having sex? The answer: It's probably too big and you need to try a smaller size. If that's not the problem, then just slip it back on (as long as it's not torn) and have some fun.
What to do if the condom slips off during sex: This can be more of a problem. If the condom slips off during sex, you may be at risk for contracting a sexually transmitted disease or getting your partner pregnant. Discontinue having sex at this time. If she is not someone you know well or trust, visit the doctor to get checked out. She will also need to visit the clinic within 48 hours to get emergency contraception, especially if she is not on birth control.
What to do if the condom slips off after sex: If the condom slips off after sex, it's probably going to be a bit messy. Pick up the condom and dispose of it. Then use a paper towel to clean up any spills or drips and you should be good to go.
If the condom slips off before or after sex, don't worry. Take care of the problem and continue on your way. If it slips off during sex, you should be a little more concerned. If this happens, make sure to take the appropriate measures. Be safe and good luck.
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