You can go to a: If you're sensitive to latex, you can use polyurethane or polyisoprene condoms instead. Do not open the packet with your teeth. Remove the condom from the penis, being careful not to spill any semen. How to use a condom Take the condom out of the packet, being careful not to tear it with jewellery or fingernails. You can get free condoms from contraception clinics, sexual health clinics and some GP surgeries.

Sex with wearing a condom


If this happens, or if semen gets into the vagina while using a condom, you may need emergency contraception. Place the condom over the tip of the erect penis. You can go to a: Condoms are very strong but may split or tear if not used properly. A condom must not be used more than once. How to use a condom Take the condom out of the packet, being careful not to tear it with jewellery or fingernails. Some men and women are allergic to latex condoms. Can anything make condoms less effective? Male condoms are made from very thin latex rubber , polyisoprene or polyurethane and are designed to stop a man's semen from coming into contact with his sexual partner. When used correctly and consistently, they are a reliable method of preventing pregnancy. Condoms with spermicide Some condoms come with spermicide on them. If you have sex again, use a new condom. This may happen if: Remove the condom from the penis, being careful not to spill any semen. If the condom won't roll down, you may be holding it the wrong way round. If this happens to you, practise putting them on so you get used to using them. There are two types of condoms: In most cases, there are no medical side effects from using condoms. If this happens, you may need emergency contraception and to get checked for STIs. They can also protect against STIs if used correctly during vaginal, anal and oral sex. You can also buy condoms from: You'll still be at risk of STIs if the condom breaks. Putting on a condom can be an enjoyable part of sex and doesn't have to feel like an interruption. It's possible for a condom to slip off during sex. You can use emergency contraception up to five days after unprotected sex when sperm entered the vagina.

Sex with wearing a condom

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Sex with wearing a condom

4 thoughts on “Sex with wearing a condom

  • Malagore
    29.07.2018 at 02:00
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    This is particularly advised for anal sex to reduce the chance of the condom splitting.

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  • Munris
    05.08.2018 at 07:26
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    You should avoid using this type, or using spermicide as a lubricant, as it doesn't protect against STIs and may increase your risk of infection.

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  • Tojalkis
    10.08.2018 at 15:53
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    If there's a teat on the end of the condom, use your thumb and forefinger to squeeze the air out of it. Water-based lubricant is safe to use with all condoms.

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  • Teshicage
    20.08.2018 at 08:19
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    You'll still be at risk of STIs if the condom breaks.

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