Condom

63
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Dec 11, 2009
Most condom failures happen because of the incorrect use of the condom, rather than defects in the condom itself. The condom breakage or slippage may lead the risk of unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. That's why it is important to use condom correctly, avoiding the most common mistakes with condom use:

19
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Aug 05, 2009
Scientists claim that having sex without condom can actually be good for man's and woman's mental health.

A study conducted by Professor Stuart Brody, of the West of Scotland University, Paisley and his team revealed that sexual relationships without condom use were linked to better mental health for both partners.

9
votes
Jun 11, 2009
Condom is one of the most popular barrier birth control methods for men. It is effective against sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancy, being also convenient, when used correctly.

8
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Sep 18, 2009
Female condom is a barrier method of contraception, which can be used for protection against unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. The condom represents a polyurethane sheath that covers vagina and cervix, preventing sperm from entering the vagina.

5
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Feb 04, 2011
LifeStyles, a well-known condom brand, has presented its new products: a:muse™ Personal Pleasure Massager and Luxe™ Premium Personal Lubricant as well as their Vibrating ring in a new three-pack. All the innovative pleasure products are aimed at making your sex life better, increasing your sensations and sexual stimulation.

3
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Apr 26, 2011
The new condom that enhances erection in men will soon become available in Europe. The CSD500 condom developed by British company Futura Medica is coated with a vasodilator gel that increases blood flow when it comes in contact with the skin. As a result, men get stronger and long-lasting erections.

However, this condom will not be a substitute for Viagra to treat erectile dysfunction, but rather a "tool" that helps men maintain an erection, while having condom on, which is a common problem among men.

3
votes
Apr 28, 2010
Condoms are one of the most common birth control options that offer protection against STD's and unplanned pregnancy. However, many men and women are reluctant to use condom because they think that interferes with the moment during sex, especially when the condom is difficult to put on.

3
votes
Feb 12, 2010
While many men and women get ready for a romantic night on a Valentine's Day, safe sex is not always on their mind. However, unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases can just kill the passion afterwards.

Using the condom with a new partner or the one that you know long enough is one of the easiest ways to protect yourself from unpleasant surprises.

2
votes
Dec 13, 2011
Do you hate condoms? May be they just do not fit right. The recent research showed that poor-fitting condoms can not only cause sexual dissatisfaction, but may also lead to increased risk of sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancies. All these may be a result of wearing wrong-sized condoms, which tend to slip and break when you do not expect it.

2
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Nov 02, 2011
Many men are reluctant to use the condom simply because they think that sex will be less pleasurable with condom. However, nowadays there is such a variety of condom types that everyone can find the type that meets your and your partner's expectations.


2
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Oct 31, 2011
The size of the condom may not only lead to sexual dissatisfaction, but also increase the chances of its slippage and breakage. While average condom is 7.25 to 7.8 inches long and 1.75 to 2 inches in circumference, some men may feel that they do not feel quite comfortable wearing the condom. The problem may be – the size of the condom.

Specialists recommend checking the condom measurements on the condom pack. Pay attention to the condom width as it is often overlooked when choosing a condom. If you have larger penis, try "large" or "XL" condoms.

2
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Feb 16, 2010
Many men report about ill-fitting condoms, which increases the risk of sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancy as well as sexual dissatisfaction, a new study suggests.

2
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Aug 24, 2009
If you are allergic to latex, using common latex condoms can become a problem. What birth control options do you have in case of latex allergy?
Nowadays, you can choose a number of alternatives to latex condoms, including the use natural skin condoms.

1
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Sep 28, 2011
Many men are reluctant to use condoms because they believe that they reduce sensitivity and sexual pleasure.

Modern technology allowed decreasing the thickness of the condom considerably, but if you still think that it affects your sexual pleasure, you can try thinner versions of the condom, such as Durex Avanti or Trojan Supra condoms that are extra thin and conduct body heat better

1
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Jun 21, 2010
ONE condoms is a relatively new condom brand that gains its popularity due its high quality, appealing design and various features.