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Safety Using Condoms

Safe Condoms

Condoms may not offer the greatest and 100 % safety in terms of preventing unwanted pregnancies but there is also a big percentage that it may help in reducing the number of the unwanted pregnancy statistics. These alone would qualify such rubber contraceptives to be labeled as ” condoms”. It would be a smarter move to use the simplest and most affordable means of contraception nowadays which is safe condom. Another aspect of safety in condoms is that these rubber contraceptives are able to help insulate you versus sexually transmitted disease as well as the dreaded AIDS, syphilis and many other sexual diseases.

As a matter of fact, history would tell us that condoms were not actually invented to prevent having a pregnancy but rather to prevent acquiring the various transmissible sexual diseases, such as syphilis. Truly, the condoms of today can be considered as safe condoms knowing the ultimate reason for their invention was due to being safe and protecting people from getting sexual diseases.

Always make it a point that before you use any kind of condom, you first have to check if they are indeed safe condoms? Look by the kind of materials used; whether it was made from latex, lambskin or polyurethane. They are all easily accessible, cheaper and eco-friendly especially if you do not mix them in water or anything fluid. These safe condom have elasticity of about 800% before they would break. While polyurethane is the type of material, made of plastic actually, that would best be kept away if you want to help protect our environment.

Expiry Dates And Safe Condoms

Also, remember that safety condoms are those that are within the expiry dates of manufacture when you use them. Otherwise, the latex material may have undergone degradation and therefore can lead to leakages and spills which of course, are dangerous, as it may lead to unwanted STD s and pregnancies. Other factors that cause the safety condoms to be otherwise include poor storage. Remember to always store your condoms in cool and dry places to ensure using condom at all times. And last of all, exposure to various substances such as oil may also increase the tendencies of your condoms to wear and degrade easily.