how effective are condoms

how effective are condoms? It is a means of protection which is produced from latex substance, which is suitable for the male genitalia and is usually found in perite (the sperm cell is lethal).

 

Condom (condom, bonnet) is a method used for protection from pregnancy for centuries. The first known condom in history is made of snake skin. Later, the condoms produced from substances such as linen, sheepskin and animal-bar are manufactured from substances called Latex, and, in particular, with the addition of the perite substance called Nonoxysol-9, in accordance with the procedure of Use, Reliability is acceptable. The condom is imprisoned in sperm during ejaculation (ejaculation) and prevents sperm cells from reaching the female genital system.

Retention rate and protection time

 

The protective rate of the condom depends on the quality of the condom in the foreground, in the second plan. Therefore, although the use of condoms may seem simple, each pair must consider the following points:

 

  • During each relationship, a new condom should be used and the penis should be kept away from the female genital system because a small amount of sperm may be found at the head after the orgasm is removed.
  • The selection of condoms is very important. Condoms containing perite should be preferred on the date of manufacture and expiration date.
  • When the condom is applied only on "dangerous" days, the protection rate decreases. Therefore, the period in which the female menstrual cycle is found must be used in every relationship.
  • One of the most frequent faulty applications is that sexual intercourse is started without condoms and is immediately worn in the pre-orgasm period. This may cause unwanted pregnancies to occur. Even if there is no ejaculation, there is a small amount of sperm cells in the fluid secreted in the male stimulation period.
  • The male genitalia should be fitted in a proper manner just before intercourse. Every condom is disposable.
  • It should not be used in case of hypersensitivity to the Perit agents that are contained in the woman or in the male in latex and/or condom.

The success rate is around 70% when used in accordance with the rules. Condoms with sperite substances are higher than the protective ratios.

Condom application

Right before intercourse, the male genitalia is properly fitted. Every condom is disposable.

The implementation of chemistry is avoided

 

It should not be used in the case of hypersensitivity to the Perit agents that are contained in the woman or in the male in latex and/or condom.

 

Advantages of condoms and benefits other than pregnancy protection

  • The biggest advantage of condom use is that it is the most suitable protection method for couples with irregular sexual life. Easy to reach and inexpensive.
  • It prevents all microbiological factors, including AIDS, hepatitis B and C virus and HPV (genital warts) from being sexually involved in sexual intercourse, except for pregnancy protection. This feature is a feature that does not exist in any of the other methods of protection. However, the above-mentioned infection should be noted that the disease is not only contaminated with genital contact (such as hepatitis B's contamination, and HPV's inability to cover the infected area of the condom).
  • The condom can prevent the formation of antisperms antibodies in the female. This feature can be beneficial in treating infertility due to the formation of antibodies against the female's sperm.

 

Condoms disadvantages and risks

Although it is said that couples who use condoms for a long time can create psychological sexual dysfunctions, this situation is rare.

During intercourse, the risk of tearing the condom is always available.

 

Condom side effects

 

There is no known side effect except for the rare allergic reaction.

 

Condom warnings

 

The choice of condoms is very important. Condoms containing perite should be preferred on the date of manufacture and expiration date.

how effective are condoms

Special occasions in the use of condoms and "condom accidents..."

Rupture of condom

 

Very rarely seen in proper use. When the condom is torn, the risk of pregnancy and exposure to sexually transmitted disease factors, especially in the use of Nonoxysol-9-free condoms, is as high as those with no condoms. It is advisable to apply for emergency protection and to consult a doctor to be treated for infection if necessary.

 

To remain in the vagina when removing the condom

 

In this case, the woman or the male should carefully point and remove the middle fingers into the vagina slowly from where the condom is located. The risks arising during the rupture of the condom apply here as well.

 

Pregnancy Formation

The condom is not a very effective way to protect from pregnancy. For this reason, the couple protected by using condoms should be able to make a pregnancy test as soon as possible, or to consult the most ideal physician for diagnosis when a one-week delay and/or pregnancy-related symptoms occur.

 

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