What kind of condoms?  

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11/29/2021 2:47 pm
What kind of condoms?

1. Do you use<b> condoms

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3.How Effective Are Condoms?

Condoms are very effective at preventing STDs like gonorrhea, chlamydia, herpes, and HIV (the virus that causes AIDS). The exact risk varies by the type of disease. For example,<b> condoms </font></b>are almost 0% effective at protecting against HIV. But HPV, the most common sexually transmitted disease, can infect areas that a male condom doesn’t cover, like the scrotum. Condoms lower the risk of HPV infection, but they don’t get rid of it.

There are many types of male condoms, including:

Latex, plastic, or lambskin. Most people use<b> condoms </font></b>made of latex. If you’re sensitive or allergic to that material, you can use ones made of plastic: polyurethane or polyisoprene. Latex and plastic<b> condoms </font></b>can protect you from STDs during any kind of sex: vaginal, oral, and anal. Natural or lambskin<b> condoms </font></b>are made of material that comes from lamb intestines. They prevent pregnancy, but like human skin, they have tiny openings. So they don’t protect you from STDs.

Lubricated. Lubrication, or lube, is a thin coating of liquid on the condom. It can prevent pain and irritation during sex, and it can help keep the condom from breaking. If you buy one that doesn’t already have lube on it, you’ll probably to add some lube to make sex more comfortable. Make sure you use a water-based product that’s meant for sex. Oil-based lubricants like petroleum jelly can damage the condom and keep it from working.

Spermicide-coated. This is a chemical, called nonoxynol-9, that kills sperm. Some<b> condoms </font></b>are sold coated with it. This may lower the risk of pregnancy, but the amount of spermicide that comes with a condom probably isn’t enough to make a difference. If you extra protection, add a separate sperm-killing product. Nonoxynol-9 can irritate your genitals, which could make you more likely to get HIV.

Textured<b> condoms. </font></b>These include ribbed and studded types. They’re meant to boost the pleasure for you or your partner. But how it makes you feel could be different from what someone else enjoys. If a condom keeps you or your partner from enjoying sex, try textured ones to see if they feel better. You can also make putting on the condom part of foreplay.

Do<b> condoms </font></b>have expiration dates?

Most<b> condoms </font></b>are good for 3 to 5 years. Check for the date printed on the box or condom wrapper.


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