If Wearing A Condom With Long-term Use Is It Safe For Uterine Health?
if the family planning program uses condoms with long-term use for years is it safe for the health of our uterus … please explain TRims …
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So far, the use of condoms in the long term, even for years, is still safe. Condoms used on a man's penis will not reach the uterus when intercourse, so there will be no problems with the uterus despite frequent use of condoms. Condoms along with the penis that enter will only go along the vagina. If you want to use a condom as a contraceptive of choice, make sure the condom is used correctly, so that the contraception works. When using a condom, press the tip of the condom because it will later be filled with ejaculate fluid. If it is not pressed when using a condom, the tip of this will be filled with air, so that when liquid ejaculates out, there is a possibility the condom will leak. Use a condom when an erection has occurred but before penetration into the vagina. Pay attention to the direction of installing the condom, don't use it upside down. After penetration and ejaculation, remove the penis and condom while still erect. If the erection is gone, hold the part of the condom at the base of the penis when removing the penis from the vagina. This can prevent the lagging of the condom in the vagina. Discard used condoms. Condoms cannot be used repeatedly.
How to use a condom (Ganle JK, 2017)
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.