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Jun 30

Here Mistakes When Using Condoms

condomsResearchers from Indiana University United States has recently undertaken a review of the 50 studies on the use of condoms within the last 16 years. The results of the study found a number of list of common mistakes made when couples use condoms. The following is a list of 15 errors as reported condom use Manshealth:

1. Too late to use condoms

Research shows that between 17 and 51.1 percent of men wear new rubber condom after sex. This will certainly reduce the effectiveness of condom use, especially in preventing sexually transmitted diseases.

2. Removing a condom when they have sex

The findings showed, between 13.6 to 44.7 percent of the volunteers involved in the release of a study claiming to condom before intercourse is completed.

3. Opens fully rolls a condom before use

The fact research shows, there are about 2.1 to 25.3 percent of study participants who claimed to have first fully unroll the condom before sex.

4. Not leaving space at the tip of the condom

The report shows, there are about 24.3 to 45.7 percent of men forget to leave room at the tip of the condom as a place for semen.

5. Not remove the air from the condom

The survey also found that as many as 48.1 percent of women and 41.6 percent of men do not suppress or remove existing air in the tip of the condom before use.

6. Condoms reverse

Between 4 and 30.4 percent of study participants reported wrong in wearing a condom, but then they turn it over again and continue the use of condoms.

7. Failed unrolled condom perfectly

When researchers tracked sex last longer conducted the study participants, it is known there are about 11.2 percent of women and 8.8 percent of men begin to have sexual intercourse before the roll perfectly unused condoms.

8. Affected sharps

It is known there are about 2.1 to 11.2 percent of men have opened condom wrapper using a sharp object. The problem is if you use objects sharp enough to tear the condom wrapper, then it is possible to participate torn condom.

9. Not keen to see the damage condoms

When opening the condom from its package, 82.7 percent of women and 74.5 percent of men reported that they failed to check for damage before use condoms. What to do? Make sure the condom wrapper in torn condition and see the expiration date.

10 Not using lube

Between 16 percent and 25.8 percent of people reported having used condoms without lubrication. Why this could be the problem? Because, if you have sex for a long time, the condom is more likely to tear if not wearing a lubricant.

11. Complications lubricant

Approximately 3.2 percent of women and 4.7 percent of men reported using oil-based lubricants with latex condoms. Lubricants with the base material will weaken the latex, which can make condoms prone to damage.

12. One interesting condoms

Nearly 31 percent of men and 27 percent of women reported that after having sex, they failed to pull the condom after ejaculation.

13. Repeatedly Using condoms

Research found that between 1.4 and 3.3 percent of people use condoms used. Condoms are the same used at least two times during sexual intercourse.

14 One Storage

The findings suggest, between 3.3 to 19.1 percent of participants involved in the study of storing condoms in a place that is not appropriate, as indicated on the packaging. Avoid to store condoms in your wallet and do not store in a place exposed to the sun.

15. Not wearing a condom at all

This latter error is actually not part of the study. However, it never hurts to be added in the list. According to a recent survey from the National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior in the United States, only 45 percent of men aged 18-24 years who used a condom during sex with a partner. In fact, the survey also found that only 29.3 percent of men aged 25-34 years who use condoms and only 21.3 percent of men aged 35-44 years who used a condom.