Birth control is a way for men and women to prevent pregnancy.There are many different methods of birth control; some types also protect against sexually transmitted diseases, or STDs. Condoms are one type of birth control that — in addition to preventing pregnancy — also prevent the spread of STDs.
There are two types of condoms, the male condom and the female condom.
The female condom is used during the act to prevent pregnancy and help reduce to risk of sexually transmitted diseases. The female condom can be found at most drug stores and some supermarkets and isn’t hard to use once you give it a chance. If used correctly, the female condom will give any woman a 5 out of 100 chance of getting pregnant within a year. If you want to use a female condom effectively, just follow these steps.
Understand how a female condom works. The female condom works like a male condom but it’s inserted into the female organ. It even looks somewhat like a large condom, except it has a flexible inner ring that will be inserted into the organ, and an outer ring that will hang about an inch from the organ. Once the female condom is inserted, the man can insert his organ into the condom. When he burst out into the condom, it should be removed.[
What Is a Male Condom?
The male condom, or “rubber,” is a thin covering made of latex, plastic, or animal membrane that is rolled over a hard male organ. The covering prevents fluid, the fluid that contains sperm, from entering a woman’s organ
When Should a Man Use a Condom?
A man should wear a condom any time he inserts his organ into the body of another person, if there is even the slightest risk that either person has a sexually transmitted disease. Men frequently become infected with STDs when receiving mouth play, so a condom should be worn then, too. The condom should be put on before there is any contact, and should be removed and thrown away promptly.
Now watch these video tutorials, explaining the details about the usage of male and female condoms.
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