The condom or condom is a device birth control and STD prevention, which takes the form of barrier physically preventing the sperm from the egg and bacteria and infections that have contact with the genitals.
The male condom is a thin, made of latex, which adapts to the penis in erection during intercourse. The female is a thin polyurethane pouch with a ring at each end, the lower, closed, is placed inside the vagina, and more open, remains outside the body, into the vagina.
Male condoms are dry, lubricated, and with or without spermicide. The spermicide is a foam or gel that kills sperm improves protection against pregnancy, on especially in case of slippage or accidental damage but may also increase protection against STDs. The lubricated not increase protection against STDs, but are less likely to break during intercourse. The nuts can be lubricated with water based products or spermicidal foams and gels, but never fat products such as vaseline oil, by weakening the latex and cause the condom to break.
The effectiveness of the condom is between 89% and 99%, hence the condom is an indispensable tool for sexual health care. However, keep in mind about STD testing if you are sexually active.
The advantages offered by the condom are:
- Is readily available in pharmacies, supermarkets, and are sometimes given away in prevention campaigns and sexual health.
- Can help with premature ejaculation problem.
- The put can be part of sexual stimulation.
- The most important and concluded after a study is that it can be used as method and to prevent sexually transmitted infections.