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Can A Condom Be Used More Than Once
Should use just once: A condom should be used just one time. After using it, it should be safely thrown away. A used condom has sperm and germs on it, so re-using it can lead to infections and pregnancy. However, if a person just used his last condom, has absolutely no way of getting another one, but is compelled to engage in sex, then washing the condom and reusing it might be an option of last resort. ...Read more
These are mostly closed end tubes of latex and occasionally other materials to cover the penis during intercourse and prevent pregnancy and disease transmission. A wise person uses them when the history of their partner is unknown. There are some available for women's use ...Read more
Use it only one time: A condom should be used just one time. After using it, it should be safely thrown away. A used condom has sperm and germs on it, so re-using it can lead to infections and pregnancy. However, if a person just used his last condom, has absolutely no way of getting another one, but is compelled to engage in sex, then washing the condom and reusing it might be an option of last resort. ...Read more
Not a good idea: The ability of this tool to prevent pregnancy and reduce transmission of some stis depends on proper use.That means a snug application before any sexual contact and a new condom for any renewed activity. The difference in the cost of one condom and one pregnancy or sti should be considered. ...Read more
Improper Condom Use: Improper Condom Use includes applying condom after intercourse has begun, removing it too early, unrolling it prior to application, not checking for condom damage, use of expired condoms, re-using condoms, use of oil-based lubricant with latex condom or failure to withdraw penis in a prompt manner. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Protected sex condom used every week. No breakage plus pull out with condom. What are my chances? Also what are chances from pre c?
My boyfriend and i used an ultra sensitive condom but the sex didn't last long. Is it due to the condom?
Possibly: There could be many causes. Was this unusual? You can try again, and see if you get the same result. ...Read more
Options below: If this is a latex allergy, use a non-latex condom; polyurethane or polyisoprene are good choices to try. Polyisoprene condoms are thinner, but there may be a small risk of cross reaction for those with natural rubber allergies. Some women are sensitive to the nonoxynol-9 lubricant. Using a non-lubricated condom, with an unscented plain water-based lube, can be helpful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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