To get infected, these bodily fluids need to get into your blood through a mucous membrane for example the lining of the vagina, rectum, the opening of the penis, or the mouth , breaks in the skin like cuts , or be injected directly into your bloodstream. Crosby R, Bounse S. Please enable it in your browser settings. Carefully open the packaging so the condom does not tear. The correct way to put on and take off an external condom is to: New Resources Peer health navigation: Condom use can be difficult to negotiate with a sex partner.
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You can protect it. The effectiveness of condoms in reducing heterosexual transmission of HIV. It is important to use condoms correctly because incorrect use can cause a condom to break, slip or leak during sex. Making sure the packaging is not damaged, and carefully opening the package without using sharp objects. These pages contain sexually graphic images and may not be suitable for some audiences. Internal condoms and lube for safer sex. There are many ways in which condoms can be used incorrectly. If the outer ring is pushed inside the vagina or anus during sex, stop and put it back in the right place.
Description:External condoms and lube for safer sex. Pull back the foreskin of an uncircumcised penis. When condoms are used for HIV prevention they do not allow conception. CATIE ensures that these resources, developed to help prevent the transmission of HIV, hepatitis C and other infections, are written and reviewed by health experts for content accuracy. However, research suggests that rates of condom failure decrease with more frequent condom use and more experiences of previous failure. Taking HIV treatment if you are a new or expectant mother, and avoiding shared injecting equipment if you use drugs, will also protect you and those around you from HIV. Please note that we are unable to respond to any questions, or offer advice or information in relation to personal matters.