It is very pertinent that we all know the right way to use a c0nd0m, as using it wrongly will not only bring about unwanted pregnancy, but could cause a host of S*xually Transmitted Diseases, STDs, including HIV.
Avoid these mistakes to make sure you stay protected.
1. Not checking for visible damage. Nearly 75% of people never bother looking for tears or holes — even if they use their teeth to open the packet (don’t!) or snag the c0nd0m on their jewelry or fingernails.2. Not checking the expiration date. Yes, that little date printed on the wrapper is news to 61% of users. Condoms last very long – up to 5 years for plain ones, though only 2 years or so for those with a spermicide, which gradually breaks down the latex. If a c0nd0m is sticky or brittle, toss it.3. Putting it on late in the action. About 43% of students in a $ex-behavior study donned the c0nd0m after penetration had already occurred. Presumably they didn’t know that some sperm can be released before the final fireworks, posing pregnancy and STD risks.