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Condom thickness.: Thick condoms are more tear resistant, therefore they are considered a bit safer than regular condoms. For that reason some recommend these condoms for high risk sex. Thick condoms can be helpful for men who want to decrease the sensation. By decreasing sensation you may delay ejaculation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Is Ellaone emergency pill safe? condom broke but broke before ejaculation, want to be extra safe but hoping Ellaone has no long term effects
Yes safe: ellaOne is a selective progesterone receptor modulator licensed for emergency contraception up to 120 hours (up to 5 days) after unprotected sex or contraceptive failure. Most common s/e are abdominal pain, menstrual disorders cramps. Occasionally vomiting. No long term effects according to the data. Benefits outweigh risks of unwanted pregnancy ...Read more
Yes: Pills have a higher effective rate.Get a more detailed answer ›
Nothing is certain: Condoms are effective birth control, but nothing is 100%. In particular, condoms sometimes break, & it is important to put it on before any genital-to-genital contact. It's much, much better than not using anything, & unlike most other birth control, it helps prevent sexually transmitted diseases (stds) too. If the failure possibility worries you, use a better method or don't have intercourse. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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
Condoms: As mentioned, the nonlatex condom is thicker, less stretchy, and decreases sensitivity more than latex. Lamb skin condoms may also be used but do not protect against HIV and are slightly less effective in preventing pregnancy. They are reportedly the best for sensitivity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Helps: Condoms are very effective at preventing stds that are transmitted by fluid like gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV and trichomoniasis. They are still helpful but less so against disease passed by skin to skin contact like herpes, hpv and syphilis. If these infections are in areas where the condoms are not covering the transmission is possible. ...Read more
If sex is safe with a condom(used proper)and hiv can't permeate thru a condom and I only lasted like 30 secs with an unknown part shuld I get tested?
Do Your Own Research: Yeah, get your head tested. What you doin',bro? This is not the century of "unknown" partners. And for 30 seconds? Well, "to each his own," as they say. Which also means "you own it.' Anyways, an intact condom should do the trick, especially after only a 30-second exposure. But who knows what'll happen in the future...Overall, though "proper" protection is the best you can do, which is pretty good ...Read more
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