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How to Put on a Condom

If you are setting up to engage in a sexual action with someone who has not been tested for sexually transmitted diseases and if you have no other protection against pregnancy, you certainly need to use a condom. After all, the last thing you want is to have an accidental pregnancy or to catch a disease from your partner.

To be sure of such safe sex, first of all, you need to learn how to put on a condom. If you donít learn how to put on a condom properly, you risk the chance of tearing the condom or experiencing leakage. If this happens, the benefits of using a condom will be no more and you will spend the next several weeks nerve-racking about pregnancy or disease!

When you are excited and getting ready to have sex, you will be even more likely to do something wrong when putting on the condom. Therefore, if you have never learned how to put on a condom, it is better to practice before the heat of the moment. Not only will this be an unnecessary risk for you, it can be quite embarrassing as well! After all, you donít want the person you are getting ready to have sex with staring at you as you shuffle with a condom.

Hence, take your own time to learn how to put on a condom before the moment arrives. Then, use the same brand of condom when you do take on in sexual activity. That way, you can be certain you will know just what you are doing. Do not experiment new things.

The first thing you must know while learning how to put on a condom is to use care while opening the package. Never use scissors or your teeth to open the cover; because you may accidentally tear the condom. Once you remove the condom, do not unroll it. Not only will this make the condom more difficult to put on, it will also make it more likely to rip or tear. A silly mistake can end up in a tragedy you never expected.

After the condom is removed from the wrap, the next step is how to put on a condom. Place the condom on the tip of your erect penis and then unroll it down the shaft. If you have difficulty unrolling the condom, you might have put it on the wrong way. In this case, you will need to throw the condom away and use a new one if you are going to actually have sex. If you are just learning how to put on a condom and do not plan to have sex with the condom, however, you can simply flip the condom over and then unroll it.

Never ever use a condom twice. In simple words, never re-use a condom. Do not use an expired dated condom. Do not put a condom on condom thinking that it will get you the double protection.

If you purchased a condom with a reservoir tip, you should unroll the condom completely and allow the reservoir tip to remain limp. If your condom does not have a reservoir tip, on the other hand, you will need to leave a little bit of space at the tip of the condom so the semen can be collected safely.

Putting the condom on is not a rocket science. But, carelessness may lead to misery. We need to be careful if you want your condom to play its roll, while you playing your roll of having safe sex. Be protected and have safe sex.

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