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Cannot endorse: Although we should not endorse specific products in this forum, the best ribbed condom is the one that fits properly and is used with every encounter. :) ...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
Pleasure: These attributes do not increase efficacy.Get a more detailed answer ›
Nope: Unlikely that this comes from the condom. This is likely secondary to micro-lesions from intercourse. Small amounts of blood can give tinged appearance. ...Read more
Codoms: HealthTap providers are asked not to endorse specific products or product lines. ...Read more
Am i allergic to latex? Whenever i try to use latex condoms it burns. They are also ribbed. Could it be the ribs or the latex?
Pregnancy or STD: Male condoms are your best choice for preventing both pregnancy and STDs. Female condoms put the girl in charge of her protection but cost a bit more. There are many other options to prevent unwanted pregnancy, such as the pill, IUDs, hormone implants, and Fallopian tube sterilization, but these methods do not protect against STDs ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I think my partner has chlyda. cause I got tested postive. He got check 3x & still neg. Im clean now. Shuld I use a condom or just no sex at all?
Safe sex: When used properly condoms have a 2% failure rate for preventing pregnancy. In careless hands, condoms can have an 18% failure rate. The rates of protection from sexually transmitted diseases is about the same. So used properly, condoms are very safe, but not perfect. Any time you have sex, there is some risk associated with it. Adding a diaphragm or the pill will further reduce pregnancy risk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If a condom breaks inside you, is it possible for small pieces of the condom to remain inside you?
You can find them: You can look at the condom to determine whether it tore or broke into separate pieces, and consider using your fingers to feel for pieces of the condom in the vagina. Signs that might indicate that a piece of the condom remained would be increased bad-smelling vaginal discharge, irritation or discomfort. Consider emergency contraception and make sure you see a doctor for std testing if necessary. ...Read more
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