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Can I Use Saran Wrap Instead Of A Condom
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
What else can I use at home instead of a condom or any market product of precaution. I want to use a homemade product which I can make?
Me and my girl is planning on doing Anal Sex. I have Lube jelly. Can we use that instead of a condom?
Well: Anal tissues are fragile and can be easily damaged by anal intercourse. Pregnancy does not occur through anal intercourse. However, sexually transmitted diseases can be passed through anal sex. Lube jelly is used to reduce friction. A condom is used to prevent transmission of STD's and to prevent pregnancy. ...Read more
If having sex with a plastic bag instead of a condom but no cum is made only precum and you urinated multiple times after last ejaculation. Pregnant?
Maybe: Wrapping a rash could help or make it worse. If you are putting a cream on a rash, then wrapping it in plastic wrap can help drive the cream into the skin. Other rashes can become worse with increase of moisture and heat from the wrapping. ...Read more
Not Really....: Wrapping yourself in Saran wrap isn't the best ideal to lose weight. The occlusion of the skin increases temperature, causes more sweating and forces you to lose water weight. The problem is you have to replace the fluids from the sweating, so it has a 0 net effect. You are better off at the gym exercising at your elevated zone for 30+ minutes and watching your diet. ...Read more
No added protection: New, undamaged, good quality condom when used properly can be quite effective against unwanted pregnancy and the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. Doubling up is not likely to offer you any additional benefit beyond what the condon is intended for, just costing 2x as much. Also, it is likely reduce the sensitivity and thus pleasure associated with relation. I am glad u r using it. Good luck. ...Read more
A condom is a rubber barrier sheath placed over a man's penis. This barrier is used as a contraceptive to prevent pregnancy or to prevent transmission of sexually transmitted diseases. Female condoms are sheaths that serve as a barrier in a woman's vagina. More about condoms: male https://www. Cdc. Gov/condomeffectiveness/male-condom-use. Html
https://www. Cdc. Gov/condomeffectiveness/female-condom-use. Html ...Read more
Great not Perfect:
Used absolutely perfectly, only 2% of women a year will still get pregnant when their partners use condoms. But 18% of women get pregnant in general with condoms since condoms are often used carelessly. Use spermicide with condoms.
For latex condoms, water-based lubricants, such as k-y jelly or astroglide are safe but oil based lubricants like petroleum jelly, damage the condom and make it leak. ...Read more
Condoms are everywhere. You can pick them up at the pharmacy, at the grocery store and even at the gas station. I have seen them sold singularly at convenient stores. Those online shoppers also have lots to choose from. ...Read more
Practice/shop around: If you are new to this you can simply buy a cucumber and practice applying the condom. There are standard and other sizes, but you should try on several until you find one that is snug while you are erect. If it is loose it is too big, if you can't get it on without pain, too small. ...Read more