Where did the Condom go? When do I need to use condoms as well? It is most effective when taken within 24 hours of unprotected sex, but can be taken up to 96 hours four days afterwards. To prevent pregnancy the condom must stop any sperm from reaching the vagina. Or, maybe you and your partner aren't using condoms correctly. I was in complete shock.
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It hardly ever happens, so when it does just throw it out. If you can't remove a condom or a broken piece of condom, see your doctor or nurse. Herpes may still be spread if there is contact between the penis and the outside of the vagina. Then after the guy climaxes and his penis starts to shrink a little, it gets looser. Friction of the condom may cut down on sexual enjoyment.
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If you put two condoms on at once, there's a higher chance of condom breakage. Contact your health care provider or pharmacy about emergency contraception "morning-after pills". Recently while we were having sex, the condom broke. While condoms can significantly reduce the risk of STIs if used consistently and correctly, there is no evidence to show that spermicide condoms increase that protection. If you feel the condom break at any point during sexual activity, stop immediately, withdraw, remove the broken condom, and put on a new condom. What are condoms and how are they used? This page was printed from: