the risks of not pulling out to ejaculate
Nov 23, 2005
Hello there, I accidentally sent this message to the "fatigue and anemia" section, so I'm re-sending it to this one. Yesterday I saw a sex worker, who may have been transgender (a man who may have been a woman). I had protected vaginal sex with her but ejaculated while still inside of her. The ejaculate stayed within the condom. I'm wondering: does a condom become weaker/less resistant when there is ejaculate inside of it? Also, though the lady didn't have any needle or track marks on her arms, she had two grey bruises close together on her shoulder, which has somehow made he suspicious that they are signs of drug use (she told me she had simply banged her arm against a door). Plus, her thighs were covered up. I've heard that drug-using sex workers cover up their thighs to hide needle/track marks. Do you think I've put myself at any risk for any kind of infection? Thanks a lot for your time. Your site is a blessing.
Response from Dr. Frascino
I'm glad you located the correct forum!
Regarding whether your partner was transgendered, I have no way of knowing. Covered up thighs? Hmmm . . . sounds a bit kinky, but not really suspicious for hiding needle track marks.
Finally, why would you think a load of jizz would weaken a latex condom? Sure, Dude, we know you can shoot a load with enough force to spunk the headboard, but man-juice is not radioactive kryptonite, frevinsake!!! So, no worries, as long as the condom remained on and intact. O.K.?
Stay safe. Stay well.
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