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.
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What To Do When A Condom Gets Stuck Inside Of You
How to Remove a Stuck Condom from Your Vagina and What to Do Next
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. If you're having trouble locating the rubber, don't worry; it can't get lost in your body. Chances are, it's become lodged at the top of your vaginal canal near your cervix. To better access this area, squat with your feet flat on the floor and bear down, or prop one foot on a chair and try to retrieve it with your fingers.
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Take a Deep Breath — Here’s How to Remove a Condom Stuck in Your Vagina
When a friend told me she peed out a condom after sex, I had many questions. How long had it been stuck inside her? A few days. How did she not realize it never come out?
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.