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Can precum overflow to the base of condom. Any chance of pregnancy?

Please help. My bf & I had sex with a condom, but for some reason (sry to be graphic) taped it. He didn't ejaculate, checked the condom w/ water & it was fine. Decided to watch the tape & saw a thick white fluid at the base of the condom. Likelihood of pregnancy? I just realized it is the middle of the month & I'm due for my next period in less than 2 weeks. I have been very stressed due to a loss in my family. My last period was Sept. 16th & lasted a week. I'm nervous & need reassurance that the fluid was mine & not his. Can pre-cum overflow to the base of the condom like that?
Asked On : Thu, 10 Oct 2013
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From history it seems that fluid you saw might be due to normal vaginal discharge at the time of sex due to sex excitement but at the same time having some semen coming out from condom is equally possible.
And again you had sex during your most fertile period which again increases the risk of having pregnancy.
Ok and take care.
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