Sep 29, 2004
I will be quick and to the point.
I put the condom on "UPSIDE DOWN" and went in and stayed in (Vaginal- A woman I am dating) for a minute or so, then I realised I have made a mistake, I pulled out, checked the condom very carefully, it was intact. I took it off, put on a new condom (correctly this time) and had intercourse. Afterwards, I check both condoms agian , they were intact.
Do I have a reason to be concerned?
Response from Dr. Frascino
I'm not sure a condom can be put on "UPSIDE DOWN," unless you were maybe hanging by your toes on a trapeze!!! Now putting a condom on "INSIDE OUT" is another story. That happens not infrequently, although they are much more difficult to unroll if you don't have them on properly. But inside-out, outside-in, upside-down, or downside-up, if it remains intact, you should have no worries.
Stay safe. Stay well.
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