Condoms are easy to get and easy to use. They help prevent both pregnancy and STDs. And condoms can even make sex better. Condoms are effective against STDs. Condoms and internal condoms are the only methods of birth
control that also help prevent the spread of sexually transmitted infections like HIV, chlamydia, and gonorrhea. Even if you’re already using a different kind of birth
control to avoid pregnancy, it’s a good idea to also use condoms or internal condoms every time you have sex to protect yourself from STDs. Condoms don’t cost much and are convenient. Condoms are super easy to get from many different stores, community health
centers, Planned Parenthood health
centers, and online. You don’t need a prescription or ID to buy them, and they’re inexpensive (or sometimes even free). Condoms are a small, discreet, and portable way to get big protection from pregnancy and STDs. Protection is important, but so is pleasure. Condoms come in lots of different styles, shapes, and textures that increase sensation for both partners. Condoms can even delay ejaculation.
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