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How safe is condom? Can i finish inside here without any worries?

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Dr. Steven Reidbord
Psychiatry
3 doctors agree

In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
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Dr. David Sneid
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology

In brief: Condoms

Are not 100%, but then nothing else is either. If used properly and appropriately their effectiveness is usually estimated at 98%, but there is no way to know exactly.
Some people use two condoms, others add in another contraceptive method at the same time to increase safety.

In brief: Condoms

Are not 100%, but then nothing else is either. If used properly and appropriately their effectiveness is usually estimated at 98%, but there is no way to know exactly.
Some people use two condoms, others add in another contraceptive method at the same time to increase safety.
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Dr. Martin Raff
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease

In brief: Condoms

These can be very effective in both preventing pregnancy and warding off stds, but nothing is 100%.
There are breakages, leaking, etc. As a general rule, used appropriately there is a 90+% efficacy, good luck.

In brief: Condoms

These can be very effective in both preventing pregnancy and warding off stds, but nothing is 100%.
There are breakages, leaking, etc. As a general rule, used appropriately there is a 90+% efficacy, good luck.
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