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Male Condom

Male condom

A short-acting method of contraception
The male condom is a barrier contraception method for preventing pregnancy and STIs.

When used correctly, condoms are highly effective. Condoms are also the only contraceptive method that protect against both pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV and syphilis.

Advantages of a condom

The condom can offer several advantages as a method of contraception.

  • You only need to use them during sex
  • They help to protect both partners from some sexually transmitted infections, including HIV
  • There are no serious side-effects from using condoms
  • Male condoms come in a variety of shapes and sizes
  • Male condoms are easily available.

Things to consider

When deciding if the condom is right for you, here are a few quick facts you should consider:

  • Male condoms can sometimes slip off or split
  • Some people are sensitive to latex condoms, though this is rare
  • When using a male condom, the man has to pull out after he has ejaculated, and before the penis goes soft, holding the condom firmly in place.

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