Month: November 2015

Stop! No sex without a condom.

Safer Sexual Health In Every Pregnancy

SEXUAL HEALTH IN PREGNANCY Stop! No sex without a condom. Safer Sex IN and After Pregnancy  Condoms, Condoms, Condoms.  If you want to try for a baby each of you will want to know that you’re safe from infection. •For your sexual health – and your baby’s wellbeing – you and your partner should be …

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Stop! No sex without a condom.

High – Medium – Low Risk Sexual Activities

High – Medium – Low Risk Sexual Activities HIGHEST RISK ACTIVITIES High risk activities include: •Anal sex (buggery/sodomy) without a condom. •Vaginal sex without a condom. •Giving oral sex (a blow job/fellatio) to a man if his ejaculate enters your mouth. •Giving oral sex to (going down on/cunnilingus) a woman during her period. •Finger insertion …

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Stop! No sex without a condom.

Safer Sex for Healthy Adults

SAFER SEX for healthy adults For protection against all Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), we recommend that you always: •Take universal precautions as a matter of routine – ie. ensure condoms or dental dams are used. •Consider any exchange, or potential exchange, of body fluid a risk – especially blood stained body fluid. •Cover any cuts …

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Stop! No sex without a condom.

INTRODUCTION To Safer Sex

INTRODUCTION To Safer Sex Information and advice provided on our website is universal and non-judgmental – ie. it can apply to anyone regardless of sexual orientation. Information and advice is offered on the basis that no-one can really tell, by looking at another person, whether or not they have a Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI). •Not …

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I think I’m allergic to condoms, what should I do ?

What can I do if I’m allergic to condoms? Hypo-allergenic (low allergy) ones are available. However, it may not be the condom but the lubricant on it that’s causing your discomfort. · Try changing from condoms with spermicide on them – ie. nonoxynol 9 or 11 – to condoms which are lubricated only. Dryness can make …

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Demonstration: shows Baby Oil in contact with a latex condom - oil rots latex

Why can I use condoms with water based lubricant and not oil based product?

Why can I use condoms with water based lubricant and not  products like Vaseline® or Baby Oil ? Oil interacts with the latex of the condom and perishes it in a relatively short period of time. Water based lubricants do not. Oil based lubricants are only safe to use with nitrile or polyurethane male or …

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Condom bursting in contact with Baby Oil

Why does a condom burst during sex ?

To avoid a condom bursting during sex: · Ensure that all the air has been removed from the teat of the condom during application. If not, the pressure of ejaculation (at about 28 mph) increases the likelihood of the condom bursting under pressure. Condom bursting in contact with Baby Oil · Do not use oil …

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