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A male condom, also called a rubber, is a thin tube-like sheath made from latex rubber , polyurethane a type of plastic , or animal membrane that fits over the erect penis. The condom is a "barrier" method of contraception. It prevents pregnancy by trapping semen and keeping it from entering the vagina. Condoms made of latex also substantially reduce the risk of transmission of HIV and a number of other sexually transmitted infections STIs.
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My period was on Oct. I noticed the base of the condom would roll up every now and then but he just rolled it back down. I'm worried that some of the semen may have leaked down and into me. After 19 hours of the deed i took 4tablets of Nordette, and 4 on next 12hours. After that, I got headache, stomach cramps, pain in both breast, these side effects lasts until now, and it's already 1 week since I took Nordette and still no bleeding happen. I'm really worried about this.
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Whatever you call it—love glove, salami sling, or Casanova's pet name, "English riding coat"—nothing quite beats today's modern latex condom for cost-effectively blocking conception and sexually transmitted infections. Used correctly and consistently, an FDA-approved jimmy hat or Johnny bag can be counted on to all but eliminate the risk of postcoital mayhem, from after-hookup paternity suits and HIV, to penile warts and a feeling your urine stream has turned into lit kerosene. That last scenario—my late Uncle Phil's description of the wartime clap he contracted after unprotected sex with an Italian prostitute—still gives my willy the willies. With so many problems so easily circumvented, why do most men see the rubber strait-jacket as passion's equivalent of cruciferous vegetables and dental floss? One obvious reason: Condoms are also highly effective at blocking pleasure, spontaneity, and emotional intimacy.