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Sommy Somadina

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  1. The use of condom during sex does not guarantee 100% protection.. There occasions where condoms tears during sex and if the guy does not know on time and releases his semen inside the girl she might just get pregnant.. So what ever it is always apply wisdom during sex either protected or not.

  2. There is no guarantee that using condom will a hundred percent prevent a pregnancy. There’s some instances that it might be broken or when a man is not knoweledgeable enough to use it, there’s a chance for possible pregnancy.

  3. If the protection is against STD (sexually-transmitted diseases) I guess it is 99% safe when you use condom. But take note that the 1% means there is still the probability of being contaminated because it depends on the kind of disease, the magnitude of the infection and the hygiene of the contaminated sex partner.

  4. Condom is not 100% cure especially the STDs such as HIV, Syphilis etc. There is not guarantee because of the tiny holes the condom has. But I can recommend the condom for.child spacing in case of family plan. A lot of people have been using it and have recommended it.

  5. USES OF CONDOM GUARANTEE PROTECTINON, BUT PROTECTION IS 100% BECAUSE THE CONDOM CAN BREAK IF NOT PROPERLY USE.
    THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IS ONE SHOULD BE VERY CAREFUL BECAUSE SEXUAL TRANSMITED DISEASES. MY ADVICE IS TO ABSTAIN FROM ILLEGAL SEXUAL ACTS.

  6. Basically, there is no perfect contraceptive. Every method has it own merit and demerits. Condoms I would rather say reduces the chances of pregnancy to about 15percent.

    No matter what, it’s still the most valid advice to enter the rain with an umbrella or rain coat than without.

  7. Yes it does but only up to 80-85%. In some cases a condom if torn during the intercourse become the reason of pregnancy.

    One should always take care that a condom is intact during the action but in some cases especially people not using it regularly fail to realize the fact that its not 100% safe.

  8. Use of condom during sex does need to guarantee 100percent protection.
    Condom is a polyethylene product I t can cut is r tear any time so if it is being used above the estimated period it will definitely tear while tearing, anything can happen in the process.

  9. No, every contraceptive has it own advantages and disadvantages and so is the use of condoms, condoms tears and sometimes at the peak of the pleasure one doesn’t notice or care to stop at that moment and at that period it’s more like having a naked sex.

  10. No type of condom prevents pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) 100% of the time. But if you and your partner are having sex, nothing protects against STDs better than a properly used condom.

    For those having sex, condoms must always be used to protect against STDs, even when using another method of birth control. They must be used correctly and must be used every time you have sex. Even when used correctly, condoms do not protect against infections spread from sores on the skin not covered by a condom (such as the base of the penis or scrotum).

  11. The use of condoms and other contraceptives are advised, not because they’re 100% safe, but because the reduce the chances of one contracting deadly sexually-transmitted diseases (STDs).

    It is riskier not to play the game of sexual intercourse with contraceptives. Even though they don’t give you 100% protection, they limit your chances of being infected by STDs.

  12. No method of contraception is 100% safe. There have been many instances where a condom has come off during sex or has leaked some sperm into the vagina making pregnancy possible. It does however give some protection against sexual diseases which other methods do not provide.

    Having said that no method of contraception is 100% safe. I actually got pregnant with a coil which is supposed to be more effective than the condom. The only true way to avoid pregnancy is abstinence.

  13. I highly doubt it does. Condoms are not a 100% guarantee of sexual protection. There are cases of infections and pregnancies occurring even after the use of condoms. But these cases are quiet rare. The problem with condoms is the act that they sometimes aren’t reliable. It can get torn during intercourse or you might simply be using a low quality product without knowing it.

    The only form of protection that is 100% guaranteed is abstinence. Abstaining from unnecessary sexual intercourse is the only way that a person can completely protect themselves from sexually transmitted diseases and, or unwanted pregnancies.

  14. For me if its the condom has no problem it’s 100% can protect you from pregnancy and from any diseases, because me and my husband using condom for 7years,and until now I didn’t get pregnant. And sometimes I’ve got uti or urinary tract infection which can pass to your partner for having sex but my husband so blessed that can’t get that infection from me, because everytime we make love we just use condom. So base on my experience it’s 100% can prevent pregnancy and protect you from any infection or disease as long as the condom has no problem or not defect.

  15. There’s nothing on this planet that can guarantee 100% protection but at least condoms do help reduce or prevent some other sexually transmitted infections at least It better than using no form of protection at all..

  16. There is no guarantee for any contraceptive whether for woman or man the condom for sextual inter course doesn’t guarantee 100% because during the process it may burst and the super will fuse it self for fertilization though happened get a little salt in a cup of water to drink so that it will ease the sperm.Never give 100% guarantee to condom because it may fail on the process and all you need is to be very careful and sensitive when using it.

  17. No type of condom prevents pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) 100% of the time. But if you and your partner are having sex, nothing protects against STDs better than a properly used condom.

    For those having sex, condoms must always be used to protect against STDs, even when using another method of birth control. They must be used correctly and must be used every time you have sex. Even when used correctly, condoms do not protect against infections spread from sores on the skin not covered by a condom (such as the base of the penis or scrotum).

  18. it does not guarantee that it only reduces the risk involved. but for preventive measures it is highly recommended by healthcare facilitators. even in our camps condoms are been shared for one to avoid any had I known. out of 100 I think 75 percent goes to the guarantee that I give.

  19. No type of condom prevents pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) 100% of the time. But if you and your partner are having sex, nothing protects against STDs better than a properly used condom.
    For those having sex, condoms must always be used to protect against STDs, even when using another method of birth control. They must be used correctly and must be used every time you have sex. Even when used correctly, condoms do not protect against infections spread from sores on the skin not covered by a condom (such as the base of the penis or scrotum).

  20. Used correctly, condoms are about 98-9% safe. However, as with all family planning methods, condoms can fail due to various reasons. For instance, if you put them on wrong, the efficacy is substantially compromised. If for whatever reason the condom breaks, naturally there’s the likelihood it won’t work.

    Some people need to use lubricant during sex – using the wrong type can compromise the quality of the condom, causing it to break apart which could lead to pregnancy.

  21. Condoms are an effective method for preventing pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. Most brands are very safe, but some offer less protection than others.
    Condoms are a popular barrier method of conception. Condoms made of latex, polyisoprene, or polyurethane effectively prevent pregnancy and the transmission of certain sexually transmitted infections (STIs).Male condoms are considered a safe and overall effective form of birth control. According to Planned Parenthood, condoms are 98 percent effective at preventing pregnancy when used correctly. If used incorrectly, the effectiveness rate drops to about 85 percent.
    By contrast, female condoms are 95 percent effective when used correctly. When people do not use them correctly, this figure drops to 79 percent. Both male and female condoms also provide protection against STIs that are transmitted through bodily fluids, including semen, vaginal fluid, and blood. Condoms act as a barrier for all of these fluids and can protect against infections such as:
    -gonorrhea
    -chlamydia
    -HIV
    -syphilis
    Condoms do not protect as effectively against some other STIs, such as herpes and genital warts. These infections re transmitted through skin-to-skin contact affecting the labia, scrotum, and inner thighs, and condoms only cover the shaft of the penis or the inside of the vagina or anus.

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