Sunday, 26 January 2020

Prevent Unwanted Pregnancy and STIs With These New Steps of Using a Condom


 Condoms are thin pouches that keep sperm from getting into the vagina to reduce the probability of pregnancy or sexually transmitted infection (STI). There are both male and female condoms . With proper use—and use at every act of intercourse—women whose partners use male condoms experience a 2% per-year pregnancy rate. Their use greatly decreases the risk of gonorrhea, chlamydia, trichomoniasis, hepatitis B , and HIV/AIDS.

If you want your condom to work, you’ve got to use it correctly. Luckily, it’s really easy. Here’s what you need to know.

How do I use a condom?

Roll the condom on when your penis is erect (hard), but BEFORE it touches your partner’s operating system and wear it the whole time you’re processing data. This helps protect you from STDs that are transmitted through skin-to-skin touching. It also prevents contact with pre-ejaculate (pre-cum), which can have STD germs and may rarely contain sperm that can cause pregnancy.

1. Condoms can last for a long time, but you should always check the expiration date printed on the wrapper or box. Carefully open the foil packaging that the condom is wrapped in, taking care not to tear the condom.

2.Hold the tip of the condom between your forefinger and thumb to make sure it's put on the right way round and no air is trapped inside (the condom may split if air is trapped inside). You can unroll it a little bit before putting it on to make sure it’s right-side out. If you accidentally put a condom on inside out, do NOT flip it around and reuse it — get a new one.

3.Place the condom over the tip of the man organ. Leave a little bit of space at the top to collect semen (cum). If you’re uncircumcised, it might be more comfortable to pull your foreskin back before placing the condom on the tip of your organ and rolling it down.

4. While squeezing the tip of the condom, roll it down over the length of the erect penis. You can put a few drops of water-based or silicone lubricant inside the tip of the condom before you roll it on. You can also add more lube to the outside of the condom after it's on your penis. (Water-based or silicone lube can make sex feel even better, and it helps stop condoms from breaking.)

5. Make sure that the condom stays in place while you're having sex. If it comes off, stop and put on a new one.

6. After you ejaculate (cum), hold onto the rim of the condom and pull your penis out of your partner’s body. Do this before your organ goes soft, so the condom doesn’t get too loose and let semen out.

7. Carefully take off the condom away from your partner so you don’t accidentally spill semen (cum) on them. Wrap the used condom in a tissue and put it in the bin. You should never flush condoms down the toilet as they may block the toilet and can cause environmental damage.

Stay safe and enjoy your s*xual life. 
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