What is a condom?
Condoms are thin, stretchy pouches that you wear on your penis during sex. IT provide great protection from both pregnancy and STDs. They’re easy to use and easy to get.
What’s a condom and how does it work?
This is vary small, thin pouches made of latex (rubber), plastic (polyurethane, nitrile, or polyisoprene) or lambskin, that cover your penis during sex and collect semen (cum). Condoms stop sperm from getting into the vagina, so sperm can’t meet up with an egg and cause pregnancy.
It also prevent STDs by covering the penis, which prevents contact with semen and vaginal fluids, and limits skin-to-skin contact that can spread sexually transmitted infections.
Lambskin condoms do not protect against STDs. Only latex and plastic condoms do.
No side effects.
Most people can use condoms with no problem — there are no side effects. Rarely, latex (rubber)It can cause irritation for people with latex allergies or sensitivities. And sometimes the lube on certain types of condoms may be irritating.
If you’re allergic to latex, try switching brands or using plastic condoms. You can get non-latex condoms in most of the same places where standard are sold.
It can be sexy.
Protection is important, but so is pleasure. Luckily, condoms offer both!
It come in lots of different styles, shapes, and textures that increase sensation for both partners. And having your partner put the condom on your penis can be a sexy part of foreplay, especially if you add lube. It can even delay ejaculation (cumming), so sex lasts longer.
You can use condoms for oral, anal, and vaginal sex, so they protect you from STDs no matter how you get down. And that’s really the sexiest part of all: It let you focus on pleasure and your partner without worrying about pregnancy or STDs. Safer sex is better sex because it stops stress from killing the mood.
It help other methods of birth control work even better.
Adding condom to your birth control lineup can give you extra pregnancy protection. No method is 100% effective, It helps you prevent pregnancy if you make a mistake with your other method or it fails. And it’s a good idea to use it and to help protect yourself against STD s as well.
It can add extra protection to almost all other birth control methods, like the pill, shot, ring, IUD, and implant. However, don’t use the female condom and male condom together, and there’s no need to wear more than one condom at a time. One should do the trick.