Does pulling out matter if the guy is wearing a condom?

Obviously, if a guy isn't wearing a condom and he cums inside you, you have a higher chance of getting pregnant. What about wearing a condom? Would pulling out (while wearing a condom) before he cums reduce the risk of pregnancy even more? Or does it really matter?
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  • if the condom breaks during sex, and you don't realize it, your man may ejaculate in you, without protection from the compromised condom, however, if he pulled out, in addition to wearing the condom, his ejaculate would not enter your vagina, thus the combination of both work in harmony to reduce the chance of pregnancy should one of the two birthcontrol methods fail.

    DO BOTH TO BE SAFER. Unwanted pregnancy is bad.

  • It shouldn't matter really.

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  • Well they say that condoms aren't certain and even birth control is only like, 99% effective soo, I mean I guess if he pulled out before he came it would reduce the risk, but there's still a chance of getting pregnant even with condoms and birth control! I'd say that it doesn't really matter if he pulls out or not while wearing a condom because the odds are like, wayyy low... :o)

  • i could be wrong (not a scientist) but I don't think pulling out matters at all with a condom. cause it catches the sperm both ways (unless it breaks or tears)

  • The whole point of a condom is so that he can cum. inside you.

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  • Condoms are markted as being 86% effective against pregnancy. that has to do with how intelligent the guy using the condom is since a LOT of guys don't even know how to f*cking put one on properly. Yes, it really cuts the chances down. Yes, pulling out would be even better if the condom is not on properly, or to reduce any spilling during withdrawal of the penis.

  • Pulling out alone doesn't work, condoms can break (although if they're any good probably not) so combined I guess it would be safer but not by much...

  • It would reduce the risk even further, but recall that you're already dealing with a very low risk to begin with.

  • if it is a good condom then it doesn't matter

  • It would only make any difference if the condoms he is using are not reliable; or they are so loose that when he goes inside, they come off; or God blessed him with a kalashnikov instead of a penis; I am not sure how else it would matter

  • He might shoot his condom off.

  • Yes, it will reduce the odds, but if the condom has been used correctly, not my much.

  • technically it lowers the chance. My ex made me pull out even though we used condoms and she was on the pill. But she was an overreactive B*&^$ about almost EVERYTHING