Female condom should be what all women should like to talk about, feel, and experiment with. Condom for men and women looks different but works in the same way by creating a barrier that blocks semen and other liquids. Female condoms fit inside the vagina to prevent pregnancy and STDs. It can also be used to lower the risk of STDs during anal sex as well. Although, both partners can not use it together at the same time because it can stick together and pull out of place or tear
Female condoms are long rubber pouch usually made of polyurethane that goes inside the vagina during sex. It has flexible rings at both ends which hold it in place. The condom lines in the wall of the vagina and collect semen and other fluids during sex.
SOME WOMEN PREFER MALE CONDOM TO FEMALE CONDOM WHEN OFFERING FREE SAMPLE OUT AND WHY
I noticed some women prefer male condoms to female condoms or let me say some feel shy to collect and even give it a trial. Anytime I come across clinic mothers and try to give free samples of both condoms, I used to interpret some women reactions toward female condom-like, who is going to wear this, no I don’t like it, Humm takes it away. But do you know female condom has is own benefit,
You can put one up tor 8 hours before sex, so no interruption of mood when ready
Women can choose to wear a female condom if the partner doesn’t want to wear a condom
The female condom can stay in place ( vagina) even if the partner loses his erection.
WHY SOME WOMEN DON’T LIKE FEMALE CONDOMS FROM FINDINGS
The female condom can slip out of place during sex
It can irritate the woman or partner
Female condoms might make the sensation of sexless tense. But, if this is a problem, try to make putting of the condom as part of the foreplay
DOES FEMALE CONDOM WORKS AT ALL.
Female condom works almost as well as male condoms as long as you use it correctly. In a year, 5 out of 100 women who use it correctly will get pregnant, compare to 2 out of 100 whose partners always use a male condom correctly. For partners who don’t always use it correctly, about 21 out of 100 women will get pregnant every year with a female condom, and a male condom is 18.
HOW TO USE THE FEMALE CONDOMS CORRECTLY
The way the female condom is inserted is similar to how tampon is put. It may seem a little tricky at first, but all you need is a little practice. Here is what I do tell my client on how to use it.
Use a new condom every time you have sex
Be careful not to tear it when you open the package
Put the female condom into the vagina before there is any contact between the penis and the vagina or anus
Put lubrication on the closed end of the vagina, even the female condom is wet with enough vagina friendly lubricant
Use the most comfortable position to insert it. You can lie down, squat, or stand with one leg on a chair.
Squeeze the ring on the closed end of the condom together to form letter 8 and insert the condom into the vagina as far as it can go. But for anal sex insert as far as it will go into the bottom.
Let go of the ring so that it opens and stays in place. Fit the cervical opening
Let the ring on the other end hang about an inch outside your vagina or bottom
During sex, it’s normal for you to feel the condom movement around.
THIS ARE THE LIKELY CHALLENGES WITH FEMALE CONDOMS.
You must make sure your partner penis goes into the condom and doesn’t slip in between the plastic and your body
Make sure the outer ring doesn’t slip inside, if it does and your partner hasn’t ejaculated, you must remove the condom and reinsert it.
If the outer ring goes inside your vagina after your partner has ejaculated, or if he does the ejaculation between the condom and your vagina, quickly think of using emergency contraception
Remove the condom right after sex. Twist the open and close so that the semen stays inside and gently pull it out
My advice to my client that choose to use a female condom is to remember to hold the outer ring lower with one hand in other to keep it in position during the act ”sex”
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