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Actually what I suggest is putting your finger - either the pointer or the middle finger, then sweep across and up and down and IF the condom is there - then you should be able to get the condom out.
Then IF you think the condom is still there - then ANY doctor that does female exams can place a 'speculum' in the vagina to Look - and if the condom is there - then the condom is easily removed.
Usually IF you have had a condom stuck in your body - you will have an odor after a couple of days - such as a very rancid odor -
You could have pushed it out.
But as long as you are not have pain, a rancid odor or a fever - this is not an emergency -
More than likely the condom is out of you.
Many times when I do exams on when who say they lost a condom in their vagina - I almost never find one because they ususally fall out themselves.
ANd yes, that is correct - no odor, pain, or fever you should not worry - and to help 'calm' your nerves - make a routine appointment to get this looked at in person.
I hope this helps
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yes it is - as they are not harmful - as this is like having a Nuvaring in your vagina - and it is not dangerous
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