Speaking of condoms in a relationship is not easy. Especially if you are a new couple and you do not already know your partner completely. It’s never easy to start that conversation. But here is a list of seven commandments on condoms that should help you, especially women, to see things more clearly.
Because it is the best way to protect themselves from sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) as well as the unplanned arrival of a baby!
1. Always have a condom handy
Whether you are a man or a woman, you are both responsible to have a condom handy. This is not just the responsibility of Mr.. It is therefore important that you have the time (and even if you do not see one right now) you and a condom in your purse. Better safe than sorry.
2. Spread the word! It is not taboo
If you are about to have sex and your partner still has not addressed the issue of condoms or showed signs that he had one, talk! Even if it breaks the mood a little, it is important that you have your say. Tell her that you want to report protected and that if any of you has a condom, then there will be no report. Be firm!
3. Check that the condom is put
In the rush and excitement, your buddy can put the condom the wrong way. So check that the condom does not seem bored, and it smoothly along the entire length and not backwards. This prevents the condom breaks during intercourse.
4. Check it removes the condom properly
After the sexual act, promptly remove the condom. Whether you or even that it does not matter. Remove the hood and gently, being careful to keep the sperm inside. Do not throw it in the toilet but put it in a handkerchief and in the trash. Wash your hands to be sure you have removed any traces of semen on your hands.
5. Do not take lightly a condom pierced
If you find that the condom is pierced, you and your boyfriend must refer wash with soap to remove all traces of semen. This will not remove completely the risk of disease transmission or fertilization. See so quickly, ie no later than next day, your doctor for a morning after pill if you do not take the pill. You can also ask him to do a blood test to see if you caught a sexually transmitted disease.