Condoms: Birth Control 101
condoms are one of the most popular methods of birth control. they slip over a penis to prevent pregnancy and lower the risk of sexually transmitted infections by trapping sperm inside the condom. some condoms also use spermicide for extra sperm-killing power. unless you're allergic to latex, condoms have no physical side effects. if you do have a latex allergy, you can always use a non-latex condom. all condoms, except the kind made from lambskin, help protect against STIs including HIV. condoms are easy to find, easy to use, and anyone can buy them without a prescription, no matter what age they are. they also work great with most other methods to provide extra protection. but remember, you have to use a new condom every time you have sex. and check the expiration date because old condoms break more easily. get free or low-cost birth control at a nearby the right time health center in missouri. no insurance? no problem. visit therighttime.org for more information.
Everything you need to know about condoms in under a minute.
Condoms slip over the penis to prevent pregnancy and lower the risk of sexually transmitted infections by trapping sperm.
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