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How to Use Condoms Safely
Condoms can't prevent unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted disease if they're used incorrectly. Unfortunately, a new review of research finds that condom use errors are all too common. Some of the most frequent mistakes include putting a condom on partway through intercourse or taking it off before intercourse is over, failing to leave space at the tip of the condom for semen, and failing to look for damage before use.
The choice of whether to use a condom or not is influenced by a number of factors. These include: a woman's desire to get pregnant, one's experience using other methods of contraception, and the relationship of the partners, Copen said. Most people who use condoms say they use them to prevent pregnancy and avoid getting an STD, Copen said. If people don't want to have a baby, they should be using a more effective method," said Dr. Jill Rabin.