Sex FAIL: I Went To The ER Because A Condom Got Stuck In Me


It was as mortifying as it sounds.

A few weeks back, my boyfriend and I were enjoying another arousing sex session. He was giving it to me hard and I was really enjoying it. We recently moved into an apartment together, so there was no one around to walk in on our sesh. So, after we were both pleasured, he pulled out. To our surprise, his condom was not attached to his penis! We thought we were going absolutely nuts and both searched high and low for that condom, but it was nowhere to be found.

He casually mentioned, "Is it possible it got stuck in your vagina?"

I thought he was absolutely crazy for making that assumption. I'd never heard of that and wondered how the heck was that even possible? I googled this potential scenario and freaked out when I realized that yes, indeed, that has happened to other people: I had a condom lodged in my vagina.

The online article outlined what to do to remove it. I was told to squat, prop one foot on a chair or toilet seat and retrieve it with my fingers. (Before we assumed position, my boyfriend attempted to get it out, but I was too darn tight that he couldn't get in.) I went into the bathroom and followed what the article told me to do. He kept reminding me to relax but I couldn't. For the life of me, I could not find the damn condom in my vagina.

Next step: Emergency room.

So off we went to the local hospital to remove my man's condom from my vagina.

I was so mortified to had to tell the nurse why I was there I couldn't finish the sentence, so my boyfriend did it for me.

Once my name was called and the doctor came into the little room, he asked why I was there. Again, I had to tell him. Keep in mind, I can barely stand seeing a gynecologist because I hate my vagina being opened, but in order to get the condom out, it had to be done.

So, after about 1 to 2 minutes of searching, the doctor retrieved it and placed it in the trash. He told us somehow the condom was turned the other way, meaning his semen went inside of me. If I didn't want to have a baby, I was told to immediately buy Plan B.

So, you best believe after we left that hospital, a drugstore was the first place we stopped at.

In the days that followed, my boyfriend kept hinting toward sex but was too afraid. To this day, I'm still waiting to get my period and don't want to mess with anything. He keeps touching my area and being very sexual but I just can't do it. I'm not ready. What happens if we do have sex and it screws everything up? 

I'm sure eventually we'll go at it again, but not until I'm absolutely certain that I'm not pregnant.

Until then, learn from me and take caution when having sex. You never know when his condom might slip off and end up in your hoo-hah.


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