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    Me and my boyfriend had protected sex, after we finished there was white stuff on the outside of the condom that looked like seamen. We immediately thought the condom had split so we did the water test and it didn't have a leak. Is there any way the white stuff could still be from him ? Or was it from me (it seemed too white to be from me but I'm not sure)? I'm not on any contraceptive pill, I stopped 3 weeks ago as I'm changing to a different pill for my acne. I'm quite anxious about being pregnant, should I take the morning after pill? Or was the white stuff just me?
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    Me and my boyfriend had protected sex, after we finished there was white stuff on the outside of the condom that looked like seamen. We immediately thought the condom had split so we did the water test and it didn't have a leak. Is there any way the white stuff could still be from him ? Or was it from me (it seemed too white to be from me but I'm not sure)? I'm not on any contraceptive pill, I stopped 3 weeks ago as I'm changing to a different pill for my acne. I'm quite anxious about being pregnant, should I take the morning after pill? Or was the white stuff just me?
    You tried the water test and it didn't leak, it's definitely from you. Women do excrete some stuff that helps with lubrication. It usually is clear but it can be more white and tacky depending on your hormones. It may also change colour and consistency from the lube on the condom as well as just generally from being outside the body
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    Yep, condoms tend to dry things out - one of the reasons why using lube is a good idea - and your natural lubrication can often end up looking like this when it does.
 
 
 
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