How do you use & put condoms on the penis for protection?

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Condoms are a protective method of contraceptive that, when used consistently and correctly, can prevent pregnancy by blocking the delivery of male reproductive ejaculation semen fluid into the vaginal canal.

Condoms can also prevent the exchange of blood, semen, and vaginal secretions, which are the primary highways of Sexual Transmitted Diseases (STD) and HIV/AIDS virus transmission infections.

IMPORTANT Tip: Use a condom for protection with every act of sexual intercourse, from start to finish, including penile-vaginal intercourse as well as oral and anal intercourse.

Put the condom on the erected external reproductive organ (penis) before engaging in sex. Some couples use a condom after some initial genital insertion.

The liquid (precum) that comes out of the male penis before ejaculation (climax/orgasm) can contain the HIV virus disease. The HIV virus can be transmitted through direct genitalia contact.

Risks, Tips and Facts: How to use the condoms!

  • Store condoms in a cool place out of direct sunlight (not in wallets or glove compartments). Latex will become brittle from changes in temperature, rough handling, or age. Don’t use damaged, discolored, brittle, or sticky condoms.
  • Check the expiration date on the package.
  • Be Care full when opening the condom package (teeth or fingernails can tear the condom).

How Do You Put Condoms On Male Penis?

  • Use a new condom for genital infection protection for each act of sexual intercourse.
  • Put on the condom before it touches any part of a partner’s body.
  • Hold the condom over the erected (hard) male genital. If you want, put some water-based lubricant inside the tip of the condom. Do not use oil-based lubricants such as cooking/vegetable oil, baby oil, hand lotion, or petroleum jelly-these will cause the condom to deteriorate and break.
  • If the external reproductive organ is uncircumcised, push back the foreskin before rolling on the condom over the penis. This allows the foreskin to move without breaking the condom.
  • Put on the condom by pinching the reservoir tip and rolling it all the way down the shaft of the penis from head to base. If the condom does not have a reservoir tip, pinch it to leave a half-inch space at the head of the penis for semen to collect after climax. If you can not roll it down, turn the condom around so it is able to easily roll. If you unroll the condom first and then slip the condom on, you may have a problem getting it off properly.
  • In the event that the condom breaks, withdraw the external reproductive organ immediately and put on a new condom before resuming intercourse.
  • Withdraw the penis immediately after ejaculation (orgasm/climax). While the penis is still erect ( before the genital gets limp and soft), hold the base of the condom (grasp the rim of the condom between the fingers) and slowly withdraw the penis (with the condom still on) so that no semen is spilled.
  • Remove the condom, be careful not to spill semen fluid onto your partner when you are discarding the used condom.
  • Carefully dispose of the condom. Do not reuse it.
  • Do not use a male genital condom along with a female condom. If the two condoms rub together, the friction between them can cause the male condom to be pulled off or the female condom to be pushed in.

Putting On Condoms And Losing It Problems

I can be hard as a rock, slide condom right on, but after 30 sec or so regardless of whether I’m in her or not it goes down.. After we were finished I took off the condom…

I used condom protection and everything but I’m still paranoid that the girl could get pregnant. Should I get the Morning After Plan B pills to be safe? Condom Leaking Semen Risk, Need Morning After Pills?

Today i took a look and realized that my ejaculation semen fluid might be leaking from the condom. Is it possible that this is true and there is a risk my partner may be pregnant?

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