Male condoms — Overview covers definition, risks of this method of STI prevention and birth control.
Condoms are great at preventing both pregnancy and STDs. also wearing a condom can help keep sperm out of the vagina and lower the risk for pregnancy.
Studies show that if used correctly, condoms offer strong protection against HIV, as well as having the added benefit of reducing the risk of other.
So if you use any other form of birth control, you still need a condom in addition to reduce the risk of getting sexually transmitted infections.
Having sex without condoms increases the risk that a sexually transmitted infection could pass between partners. Read on to learn more about.