A Condom Got Stuck in Your Vagina—Here's How To Remove It
How to Remove a Stuck Condom from Your Vagina and What to Do Next
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. If you find yourself in a mad rush of panic, take a break from thinking about the condom debacle entirely and come back to it in a bit. Use that time to relax. Try squatting or getting on all fours, then with clean fingers with neat, trimmed fingernails to avoid any tearing. Ouch see if you can feel the condom with your finger tips.
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.
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.