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A danish newpaper have rapportet that Condoms etc. isnt effectiv against HIV/Std,s . They have talked with 14 sweddish doctors, and experts. All with same conclusin that condoms cant protect against HIV/Std,s. The only protection you have is to have a your own partner.
Is this right? i can send link to the articel to if you dont trust me if any can read danish.
No, it isn't right and it is BS. Condoms used consistently and correctly are very effecient in preventing HIV and most STDs. Don't need to see the link. It's BS and we have enough of it on the this forum.
If you used a condom from start to finish in anal or vaginal sex and it did not fail then you were protected. Correctly means the condom is not expired, has been properly stored and the condom was placed on properly and water base lube was used. If you didn't do it you can cause the condom to fail. If the condom doesn't fail you didn't have a risk and before you ask you would know if a condom had failed.
I understand better now... but why do they wrote on the danish newspaper that even if its used consistently and correctly and there is no breakage or slipping you can still contact HIV my last qustion ! just so we all can have it .
Teak they are experts, and doctors on HIV. So how can they give out false informations??. i will send a letter to them then... if you 100% sure...i will go that long that i will make a phone call to them.
Correctly also means that after ejaculation or if erectile dysfunction occurs one should hold the base of the condom then withdraw keeping hold of the base of the condom. Trying to keep going afterwards is a recipe for it slipping off.
Squeezing the air out the top should prevent any bursting.
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