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Should I Use A Spermicide With The 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
How long does it take for bith control to become affective, and you not longer need to use condoms or spermicide?
Hi , my gf and i had use spermicide condom, we do it a lot. I don't think there were any leaks, and i always check the condom after sex. Is shepregnet ?
I had sex but think I put the condom on the wrong side does it matter what side of the condom to use did not have spermicide just lube?
What are the chances of gettin pregnant if you use a spermicide condom and take it off but he didn't get off in me. Also wasn't ovulating?
Difficult to know: As long as the condom didn't have a break in it, and it was used for the duration of the sexual activity, you are likely protected. Condoms are over 80% effective. Many other forms of birth control are greater that 95% effective, like iud, nexplanon, depo. Condoms are the only way to prevent std's, so keep using them. ...Read more
If we use a condom that has spermicide and he pulls out way before ejaculating will i get pregnant? We checked and there were no holes or tears.
Condoms: Condoms are not a particularly good birth control method. You could get pregnant. They are easily available and good for protecting against some stds, but they are nor very effective in preventing pregnancy. You would be better off getting a more effective birth control method. ...Read more
Gf on mirena & I use condoms w/ spermicide. I moved away from her 4 wks ago. She is nauseous can't eat after 6. Testing today. Should I worry? Odds?
Moved 4 wks ago. Gf nauseous can't eat after 6. On mirena & I use condoms w/ spermicide. Testing today.Worry? New intense exercises outside. Exertion?
Here are some...: Do HPT in a wk after missing the expected period and repeat it in another wk if the first HPT is (-) & still in doubt. In reality, no contraceptive bears a 100% success, and the so-called morning sickness may occur any time of the day despite its name, and usually starts at around 6 weels, peaking around 9 weeks, and fading away in 12-18 weeks after conception. More? Ask your PCP or ob-gyn-doctor ...Read more