Condoms prevent sperm from entering the vagina. The tip of the condom is squeezed to leave room for the fluid that is ejaculated. Then the condom is rolled down to the base of the penis. After sex, it is important for you or your partner to hold the condom at the base of the penis when removing it from the vagina to prevent spilling sperm inside the vagina. After one use, a condom must be thrown away.
Condoms are 85-98% effective in preventing pregnancy. When used properly and consistently they prevent pregnancy 98% of the time.
You should not use a latex condom if:
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