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Condom leakage?

Me and my SO where having sex with a condom yesterday for quite a while and at some point I noticed that there was some precum inside the tip of the condom, I didn't think much of it. But after a while we switched positions where she was on top. When I finished I pulled out but I noticed some curdy white liquid inside the condom at the base when I took the condom off. My thought was that as I took the condom off my penis could've pulled some semen from the tip towards the base of the condom, but I'm not sure. My question is, do you think the precum could've been forced down the shaft when she was on top? and if so could the ejaculate travel all they way up her birth canal?
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If the precum or sperm ended up outside of the condom and onto the tip of the condom then there’s a chance it could’ve gotten into he vagina. If this didn’t happen then I highly doubt that she’s pregnant. I recently had an experience with fingers and precum and I was worried I was pregnant but I discovered that it’s not possible to get pregnant through fingering. Anyway, buy her a pregnancy test just to make sure she isn’t. I’m wishing the best of look to you guys, respond back with any info !!
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It definitely IS possible to get pregnant from fingering, if there was any semen on his/her fingers so in future make sure the hands are washed before any kind of contact with the vagina. Thanks for the help regardless.
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