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I had condiloma(visible) and I didnt have any treatement, but they all disappeared after a year all by themselves. Do I need a treatement now?
My wife and I had condiloma.Mine disappeared all by themselves.Hers are starting to disappear also,there are fewer now. Does she need to remove them?
If the condom: Is stuck you must go to the doctor and the doc can easily remove it, so go now , on sunday you can go to an urgent visit center or the er and in my opinion if you are 14 , you are way too young to be having intercourse. ...Read more
Yes, no, possibly: Each medication has a unique molecular structure, designed to interact with specific tissues of the body in very stereotyped ways. It must nonetheless be noted that every person's unique makeup may cause them to respond in a variety of ways to different meds. TYPICALLY, there is a SMALL range of responses that MOST people exhibit, but it is possible to observe wild variation between two children. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Condoms: 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 female 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
Safe for what ?: As a solo form of birth control they work well if used correctly. They are not a guarantee against pregnancy or the transfer of STD's. Some people can develop an allergic reaction to the material used. ?????? your question is not specific, so the answer must be as well. ...Read more
Condom: Don't use an expired, used or damaged condom. A condom should be applied to an erect penis Before it touches the vagina. It should be unrolled from the tip down toward the base of the penis. A reservoir should be pinched to expel air. See: https://www.plannedparenthood.org/learn/birth-control/condom ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer