According to statistics, even if the condom is intact, 1.2% of women have sperm residues in their vagina. And then, there is evidence that sperm cells can crawl in favorable conditions for about a month. But, the total probability, of course, will already be less than 1.2%.
Hello! For the onset of pregnancy, it is necessary to get sperm into the vagina in the required amount on certain days of the cycle, a few days before or on the day of ovulation (the exit from the ovary of a mature, ready for fertilization, egg).
You say that the day of ovulation did not come. Already one last fact with accurate confidence (confirmed by ovulation tests, ultrasound, basal temperature measurement) speaks of the impossibility of pregnancy.
If you used condoms according to the "instructions" and there were no penetrations without it and it is intact, then it is impossible. Here, even if there was a full-fledged intercourse, PAP has nothing to do with it.
If you use condoms, this is great and speaks of your consciousness. To insure yourself, you can purchase some kind of lubricant, ideally a water-based one - it will help the latex not to stretch and reduce the risk of tearing it.
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