Use condom incorrect way increase the risk of HIV and STI transmission
Incorrect use of a condom can compromise their effectiveness, so increasing the risk of HIV and STI transmission, even when they are used consistently. There are many ways condoms can be used incorrectly and the study shows incorrect condom/ préservatif use is normal.
Some ways of incorrect use can cause condoms to break, slip or leak, so increasing the risk of HIV or STI transmission. The way of incorrect use includes use condoms that are too small or too large; use damaged or expired condoms; unroll male condom before putting them on; reuse condoms; not pinch the tip of the male condom when putting it on; use sharp objects to open condom/ préservatif package; not use enough lubrication together with condoms; use oil-based lubricants with latex or polyisoprene condoms (oil-based lubricants is safe to use with nitrile and polyurethane condoms); or not holding the rim of the male condoms when pulling out.
Other ways of incorrect condoms use can increase the risk of HIV or STI transmission even though the condom does not break, slip or leak. Such as, some people may put a condom/ préservatif on late (after intercourse has started), remove the condom early (before ejaculation has occurred), or put the condoms on inside out and then flip it over to use. These types of incorrect use can increase the risk of exposure to HIV and STIs.
Female condom/ Préservatif féminin can fail in other ways that may increase the risk of HIV and STI transmission. For example, the erect penis can miss the outer ring and enter between the vaginal wall and the condom. It is also possible for the outer ring to be pushed, either partially or fully, into the vagina. These can all increase the risk of exposure to HIV and/or STIs. OEM brand condom factories. custom logo condom manufacturers. Préservatifs de marque OEM. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org