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How to do a safety sex?

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Dr. Philip Miller
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Safe sex: Multiple methods: Condoms PLUS spermicidal foam, jelly, vaginal insets, IUD or sponge. BC pills PLUS condoms. Or...abstain from sexual activity. Have female and male partners checked for STDs.
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Condoms or pills: I' assuming this is in regards to avoiding unwanted pregnancy? Use condoms if you are a male. If you are a female you have many options of contraception available from using a diaphragms to starting the contraceptive pill.

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How can we do sex with condom with safety?

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Dr. Jeff Livingston
Obstetrics and Gynecology 22 years experience
Package instructions: Most condoms have an instruction packet located inside the box showing you how to use it. Placing a condom on the erect penis is fairly simple leaving a small space at the tip to collect the ejacuated semen. You could watch an instructional video on you tube or another channel regarding proper condom use.

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