If you stumbled upon this article while hysterically typing in the request “what to do if the condom is stuck”, here is our first and main advice for you – breathe out.
Not only so as not to be nervous again, but also so that the muscles of the vagina, which are now in a panic, can also relax. If you are tense, then your vagina or anus has contracted, making it difficult for the condom to come out.
If you have already tried to pull it out and failed, just forget about the condom for a while. Take a break. You don’t have to keep it there for a long time, but the fact that the condom stays in you for half an hour will not change anything. In the meantime, use this time to your advantage and relax.
If the condom is stuck in the anus and you can’t get it out within a few minutes, it’s best to go to a specialist right away.
Get down on all fours or squat down and see if you can pull it out with your fingertips. Before doing this, cut your nails and wash your hands. First, insert one finger into the anus or vagina, pressing and trying to squeeze the condom between the finger and the vaginal wall. If one finger doesn’t work, try with two fingers.
The most important thing is that there are no foreign objects (so that it doesn’t turn out that, besides the condom, something else is stuck there): no tweezers, no tweezers, no scissors.
Lie down and push
If you can’t reach the condom and you can barely feel the tip, change position. Lie on your back, lift your hips – maybe this will move the condom, and you will be able to get it.
If it doesn’t work out anyway (in the truest sense of the word), then squat down and push. Yes, yes, you can quite push the condom out with your vaginal muscles.
Ask a partner
If you can’t do it yourself, ask someone to look at the situation “from a different angle.” In the TV series Sex and the City, Carrie somehow got a tampon stuck inside, and, of course, Samantha came to the rescue.
Emergency situations require emergency measures, and there is absolutely nothing to be ashamed of – situations are different.
If you realize that neither you nor your partner can pull out the condom, go to the gynecologist. Don’t be afraid and don’t be shy.
Even if you managed to get the condom on your own, first, carefully inspect it and make sure that it hasn’t torn and no pieces of it have been left inside you. Secondly, after a while it is still worth visiting a doctor and checking for an infection. Thirdly, most likely, this happened due to the fact that you chose the wrong size of the condom (the lover flattered himself), and it turned out to be too large.