Protect Penis Health With the Right Sexual Protection

When a man is getting frisky with a partner, he should always keep the appropriate sexual protection in mind. To ensure the best penis health, a man should always reach for a condom when sleeping with someone new. This vitally important part of good penis care helps prevent several sexually transmitted diseases, as well as unwanted pregnancy. Here’s what men need to know about using condoms during their sexual exploits.

Just how good is the typical condom?

In most cases, condoms are incredibly effective. However, they are not foolproof. When it’s used correctly, it’s effective 99% of the time against sexually transmitted diseases and effective about 98% of the time when it comes to pregnancy. The condom should be sized properly for the man’s equipment – something that is too tight or too loose runs the risk of tears of slipping off, both of which render the protection moot.

In addition, the way a man stores the condom matters. Barrier protection should always be kept at the appropriate temperature, in the proper conditions. Storing it in the drawer next to the bed is fine; slipping it into the wallet to carry around really is not. Never store them in the glove compartment or the bathroom, either. A man out-and-about town can simply carry one or two in his pocket if he’s hoping to get lucky.

Putting the condom on properly matters, too. In addition to applying the condom so that a reservoir tip is left in the end, a man should always put on the condom before any sexual contact has taken place. Unfortunately, this is where most men fail on Condom Use 101, as they wait until they are ready for penetration before putting the condom on!

Finally, forget about the idea of using two barrier protections at once. Using two condoms doesn’t offer better protection; in fact, it actually offers less protection. The friction of the two condoms pressing together can weaken both of them, and it’s highly likely both will break – resulting in a serious problem that a man was obviously trying to avoid.

What about condoms in a monogamous relationship?

When it comes to using sexual protection in a monogamous relationship, there are a several things a man should consider. First, is he certain that he and his partner are both clean of any sexually transmitted disease, and that testing for those diseases has been completed within the last six months. There is also the question of fidelity; both partners must be absolutely faithful to ensure that no STDs make their way into the bedroom.

There is also the question of pregnancy. A couple who is okay with using oral contraception to prevent pregnancy can ditch the condoms; however, there are some problems with this. Some women can’t take oral contraceptives for a variety of reasons. In addition, some don’t feel that oral contraceptives are quite ‘enough’ to prevent pregnancy, and thus might want the added benefits of barrier protections.

Ultimately, the choice of whether to use sexual protection in the context of a relationship comes down to concerns of pregnancy and STDs, the comfort level of each partner, and a variety of other factors that only the two of them can examine.

About Ryan

Ryan is the owner of this website. I personally love to play golf and go to the Gym. I've been health blogging for a good 10 years now and have found a real passion for it. This blog is a bit different then some of the other stuff i write about LOL 🙂
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