Wearing a condom during sex can help prevent pregnancy and the spread of sexually transmitted infections. To use a male condom, take the condom out of the packaging and pinch the tip at the center between two fingers. Then, hold the condom at the tip of your erect penis and roll the edges down the shaft of your penis until the condom is completely on. If the condom breaks, throw it away and start over with a new one.
I Want To Use A Condom But My Boyfriend Doesnt?What Do I Do?
Can you get an STD if you use a condom? | TheBody
Guest over a year ago. I had sex in june and the guy i had sex with just found out he has a very sevre case of chlymidia but we used a condom can i catch it. Kat over a year ago. Couldn't find what you looking for? Guest over a year ago I know you're at risk if you're having unprotected sex, but are you at risk if you use a condom? Can I still catch Chlamydia if I use condom?
Oral sex is common among sexually active people and can occur between straight heterosexual and gay or lesbian same-sex couples. In general, there are some key things to remember about oral sex and the risk for STDs. Take control of your health! Check out Flo's video courses covering the topics of female health and sexuality to know more about the processes happening inside you.
The male condom is a thin covering that fits over an erect penis. Condoms are used to help prevent pregnancy and protect from HIV and other STDs when you have vaginal, anal or oral sex. Condoms can be made out of different materials. Condoms come in different textures, colors and sizes. Make sure the condom fits.