Miami, FL (PRWEB) July 06, 2006
1764 single men who took the quiz were presented the question: "Do you use a condom for protection for sex?"
The items they checked off showed in the results as follows:
Not at all - 63%
Not every time - 17.8%
Every time - 19.2%
Less than half of the men polled use condoms every time for their sexual experience. Condoms have been shown convincingly to prevent pregnancy and AIDS.
Condoms are a protective method of contraceptive that, when used consistently and correctly, can prevent pregnancy by blocking the delivery of male reproductive ejaculation semen fluid into the vaginal canal. Condoms can also prevent the exchange of blood, semen, and vagina secretions, which are the primary highways of Sexual Transmitted Diseases (STD) and HIV/AIDS virus transmission infections
It's important to put on a condom for protection with every act of sexual intercourse, from start to finish, including penile-vaginal intercourse as well as oral and anal intercourse.
1)Store condoms in a cool place out of direct sunlight (not in wallets or glove compartments). Latex will become brittle from changes in temperature, rough handling, or age. Don't use damaged, discolored, brittle, or sticky condoms.
2)Check the expiration date on the package.
3)Be Careful when opening the condom package (teeth or fingernails can tear the condom).
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