Safety For Condom Use During Intercourse?
Doc yesterday I just had first sex with a partner who had sex before, I use safety anyway, is it considered safe
Safe sexual intercourse is defined as sexual intercourse without contact with semen (male), vaginal fluid, and blood between partners. Safe sexual relations can reduce the risk of contracting or transmitting sexually transmitted diseases / STDs (including HIV) and preventing unwanted pregnancies . Safe sexual intercourse can be by:
Vaginal intercourse with male and / or female condoms Oral sex with male condom use Anal sex with male condom Use of condoms if properly able to prevent transmission of STDs and prevent pregnancy by 99%. Disease transmission can still occur if:
There is damage / hole to the condom due to improper installation of condoms, the use of oil-based lubricants / oil based, condom quality is not good, storage of condoms is not good, condoms past the expiration date Infection in parts not covered by condoms, for example herpes simplex and warts sex in the pubis Repeat use of the same condom In addition to the use of condoms, safe sex must also be supported by the following behaviors:
Having sex with only one sexual partner who is proven not to suffer from STDs (both you and your partner) Conduct regular PMS screening tests to find out the status of your STDs and partners Do not use drugs or alcohol that can increase the risk of unprotected sexual relations explanation from me, hopefully useful.