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What is a condom?

A condom is a sheath-shaped barrier device, used during sexual intercourse to reduce the probability of pregnancy or a sexually transmitted infection. Condoms can be made from rubber, plastic or lambskin. There are condoms for both males and females. The most important reason as to why people put on condoms is to prevent pregnancy anmd transmission of sexually transmitted infections.

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How to put on a male condom

Carefully opena nd remove condom from the wrapper Place condom on the head of the erect penis, hard penis. If you are not circumcised, pull back the foreskin first Pinch air out of the tip of the condom Unroll the condom all the way down the penis After sex but before pulling out, hold the condom at the base. Then pull out, while holding the condom in place Carefully remove the condom and throw in the trash. Note: Never use (reuse) the same condom. Open a new condom sachet for eachtime you are going to have sex.

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How to put on a female condom

Carefully open and remove female condom from package to prevent tearing The thick, inner ring with closed end is used for placing in the vagina and holds condom in place. The thin, outer ring remains outside of body, covering vaginal opening. Find a comfortable position. While holding outside of condom at closed end, squeeze sides of inner ring together with your thumb and forefinger and insert into vagina. It is similar to inserting a tampon Using your finger, push inner ring as far up as it will go until it rests against cervix. The condom will expand naturally and you may not feel it. Be sure condom is not twisted. The thin, outer ring should remain outside vagina. Guide partner's penis into opening of female condom. Stopo intercourse if you feel penis slip between condom and walls of vagina or if outer ring is pushed into vagina. To remove, gently twist outer ring and pull female condom out of vagina Throw away female condom in trash after using it. Note: Do not use a female condom more than once Tell us if this article was helpful by leaving a Comment in the section below. You can also share an experience you had while using condoms

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Why you need to have that rubber on!

"No, I like my sex uninterrrupted" is what most young people will say when asked if they wear condoms while having sex with their partners. See the reason as to why the queen always has gloves on her hands is because she treasures them, how much more then should a person treasure their wellbeing? Unprotected sex may seem "good" but those that engage in it stand a high risk of getting pregnant, acquiring an STI and therefore regretting the moment that should have been pleasureable, on the other hand, safe sex takes into consideration one's rushed choices. Majority of what is shared about Condoms is that they prevent unwanted preganancies and transmissiom of Infection; this is very correct. However, here are more benefits on Why You Need To Use A Condom First off, you dont want to be spending too much money for protection, Nah, we equally don't agree. Unlike other birth control methods that may cost as much as UGX. 45,000 (approximately $12), condoms are super easy to get from shopping stores, community health centres and youth centres. Also you should know that condoms are sometimes given free, this does not make them any less functional and the best part is that you don't need an ID or a prescription to buy them. Secondly, Condoms are Small and Portable. They will fit in any purse or wallet. Unless anyone checked your wallet or purse, they would not see them. Third, Protection is important, but so is pleasure. Luckily, condoms offer both! Condoms come in lots of different styles, shapes, and textures that increase sensation for both partners. Condoms can even delay ejaculation (cumming), so sex lasts longer plus you can use condoms for oral, anal, and vaginal sex, so they protect you from STDs no matter how you get down. Fourth, Condoms can be used with other methods of birth control. There are plenty more methods that prevent pregnancy but do not prevent transmission of STIs, this therefore makes condoms effective for use. But also incase you go wrong with your other methods and you are not sure, grab that rubber and help your partner put it on Fifth, Condoms have no side effects. With condoms, do not expect to gain weight, feel nauseaous or have an interrrupted cycle. However, people that are allergic to latex will feel an irritation that usually lasts a short while. If this happens, switch it up. Try using plastic condoms. Lastly and what is really the sexiest part of all is that; condoms let you focus on pleasure and your partner without worrying about pregnancy or STDs. Safer sex is better sex because it stops stress from killing the mood. Now be a good boy, carry that protection with you at all times and dearest lady, much as you want your partner to consider your health as priority, surprise him by saying " I got us protection". Winks

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benefits on Why You Need To Use A Condomclient

First off, you dont want to be spending too much money for protection, Nah, we equally don't agree. Unlike other birth control methods that may cost as much as UGX. 45,000 (approximately $12), condoms are super easy to get from shopping stores, community health centres and youth centres. Also you should know that condoms are sometimes given free, this does not make them any less functional and the best part is that you don't need an ID or a prescription to buy them. Secondly, Condoms are Small and Portable. They will fit in any purse or wallet. Unless anyone checked your wallet or purse, they would not see them. Third, Protection is important, but so is pleasure. Luckily, condoms offer both! Condoms come in lots of different styles, shapes, and textures that increase sensation for both partners. Condoms can even delay ejaculation (cumming), so sex lasts longer plus you can use condoms for oral, anal, and vaginal sex, so they protect you from STDs no matter how you get down. Fourth, Condoms can be used with other methods of birth control. There are plenty more methods that prevent pregnancy but do not prevent transmission of STIs, this therefore makes condoms effective for use. But also incase you go wrong with your other methods and you are not sure, grab that rubber and help your partner put it on Fifth, Condoms have no side effects. With condoms, do not expect to gain weight, feel nauseaous or have an interrrupted cycle. However, people that are allergic to latex will feel an irritation that usually lasts a short while. If this happens, switch it up. Try using plastic condoms. Lastly and what is really the sexiest part of all is that; condoms let you focus on pleasure and your partner without worrying about pregnancy or STDs. Safer sex is better sex because it stops stress from killing the mood. Now be a good boy, carry that protection with you at all times and dearest lady, much as you want your partner to consider your health as priority, surprise him by saying " I got us protection". Winks

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