STD stands for Sexually Transmitted Disease. These diseases are sometimes known as Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs). An STI is any infection that is passed by body fluids during vaginal, anal or oral sex. These fluids include semen (cum), vaginal fluids (the wetness in the vagina) and blood. A latex condom acts as a barrier to prevent these fluids from being exchanged. But, an STI can also be spread by contact with the skin of the genital or anal area if infection is present. It can also be spread by contact inside of the mouth.
Yes, if you are sexually active, even in a long-term, monogamous relationship, you could be at risk for STIs. Remember, when you have sex with someone, you are exposed to everyone they have had sex with before you.
The only way to be 100% safe from STIs and HIV/AIDS is to avoid all sexual activities. If you are going to have sex, the correct and consistent use of latex condoms can help protect you from many STIs, including HIV/AIDS. Latex condoms also help reduce the risk of unplanned pregnancy. You can’t tell if someone is infected just by looking at them. Your partner may have an STD and not even know it. Using condoms is the best way to protect yourself and your partner.
YES. Latex condoms block the smallest organisms and even large particles like sperm. They help to prevent most major STIs. A few STIs, such as herpes, human papillomavirus (HPV), and syphilis, can sometimes infect places on the body not protected by condoms. If you or your partner notice sores in the genital area, you should not have sex. Call your doctor or health care provider for an exam immediately.
Keep your condoms in a cool, dry place. Storing them near heat (in your glove compartment) can cause them to become brittle or gummy and not be any good to use.
To protect condoms from being damaged, it is best not to store them in your wallet. We suggest storing it in the Raw condoms cases in a cool dry place.
Please don’t. Only water or silicone-based personal lubricants should be used with Raw condoms. Oil can destroy the condom.
The thickness of the condom doesn't necessarily correspond to safety.
You should use a condom for every sex act, including anal sex. The skin in the anal passage is very fragile and can tear. STIs can be easily spread through anal sex. In fact, anal sex is the riskiest form of sex for getting HIV/AIDS. Condoms can protect you during anal sex. For anal sex in particular, we recommend the application of additional water-based or silicone-based lubricants to the outside of the condom to help reduce the risk of breakage or slippage of the condom.
You should use a condom for every sex act, including oral sex. Many people mistakenly believe oral sex is a way to practice safe sex, but it’s not. STIs can be spread during oral sex. To be safe, you should use a condom if the penis is going to touch the mouth. If your mouth touches the outside or inside of your partner’s vagina (cunnilingus) or anus (anilingus), you can reduce your risk of getting an STI by placing a barrier (sometimes called a "Dental Dam") over the vagina or anus.
It is as safe and effective in the water as in more conventional situations. The salt in seawater would not have adverse effects on condom materials, but there is a strong possibility that the chemicals used in swimming pools (chlorine and ozone, for example) would. The presence of bath oils or other substances in the water or applied in the shower may harm a latex condom.
The risk of slippage, for example, might increase when used in such circumstances.
However, there has been no research into the performance of condoms when they are used in or underwater.
Damaged packaging is one way to tell. Another is to look at the condom and feel it before you put it on. You can also check it when it is on the erect penis. A condom that sticks to itself, is gummy or brittle, isn’t the same color all over, or has tears or holes shouldn’t be used. Unrolling the condom or filling it with air or water to check it can also damage the condom.
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All quality condoms should have an expiration date. Raw condoms have the lot number and expiration date printed on the back of the foil package for easy identification, as well as on the metal case back label.
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