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    Default the condom broke

    after it started feeling real good i realized the condom broke.... how long of penetration does it take to catch somethin? is it instant, it was prolly a couple minutes for me.... im real scared



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    If you don't have any cuts or scratches, it is quite likely that you haven't catched anything.



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    Default Re: the condom broke

    Quote Originally Posted by Youngmc
    after it started feeling real good i realized the condom broke.... how long of penetration does it take to catch somethin? is it instant, it was prolly a couple minutes for me.... im real scared
    Different STDs have different transfer rates and different
    incubation periods. while you may have been exposed to
    an STD, if you act promptly, you may be able to be treated
    and to prevent further complications.

    In the MA - Boston area, these are testing and treatment sites.

    http://www.mass.gov/dph/cdc/std/serv...linicsched.htm

    You may find these helpful:

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    Lambskin Condoms - Should I Use Them?

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    Lick It Before You Stick It !
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    Safe Sex 101 - Pop Quiz

    http://www.hungangels.com/board/view...hlight=#155427

    These are some general guidelines.

    AND REMEMBER HIV - AIDS ISN'T THE ONLY STD,
    TO BE PROTECTED AGAINGST - HAVE FUN - BUT BE SAFE.




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    Dude,

    Always take an alcohol based cleaning lotion with you. You can get them in small vials at yer drugstore. They kill 99.9% of bacteria and some viruses. After you do yer dirty immediately wipe down your equipment and keep your fingers crossed.



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    I wish you luck guy, always get good quality condoms and not those cheap ones. You better go and get tested right away



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    Proper condom use:

    DO NOT use two condoms at once. Male condoms and female condoms should not be used at the same time. Placing two male condoms on a penis can raise the chance of tearing.

    After sex play, throw away the condom. DO NOT REUSE it. Also, do not use the same condom if you engage in both vaginal and anal intercourse.

    Intercourse:

    The male condom is placed on a man's erect penis. Before putting on the condom, uncircumcised men may find it useful to pull back the foreskin. With one hand, squeeze a half-inch of the tip to remove air and leave room for semen. With your other hand, you can unroll the condom to the base of the penis. The band of latex at the open end of a male condom helps to keep it from slipping during intercourse.

    After ejaculating, withdraw the penis before losing the erection. To keep sperm from leaking out, hold the condom on the penis during withdrawal. Throw away the condom and use a new one if sex continues. Maintain distance between you and your partner's genitals to help prevent infection or pregnancy. Sperm may still be on the penis after the condom is taken off.

    Oral Sex:

    Most people prefer using male condoms without spermicide for oral sex. You can also buy flavored male condoms.

    For oral sex on a woman, male condoms can be used as dental dams to protect against the spread of infections. Cut off the closed tip of the condom. Make another cut along the side of the condom. This will give you a rectangular sheet. Place the sheet over the genitals or over a partner's mouth. Be careful to keep any areas of contact fully covered by the condom during oral sex. After oral sex, throw away the condom.

    For oral sex on a man, the condom is placed on the penis as it would be for intercourse. After oral sex, throw away the condom.

    Sex Toys:

    If you and your partner choose to share a toy, like a dildo, using a male condom on the toy can help prevent the spread of infection. Change the condom between uses by different partners. DO NOT use the same condom for more than one person. In addition, wash the sex toy with soap and water when you are finished.


    There is a chance that male condoms could break or slip during sex. If this occurs, women may consider taking Plan Bmergency Contraception (the 'Morning After' Pill) to prevent pregnancy.

    Prevent Condom Failure

    The most common causes of condom failure are breakage and slipping. To prevent a condom from breaking, make sure there is enough lubrication from natural secretions or a water-based lubricant. Dryness creates more friction and can tear a condom.

    To keep a condom from slipping off, make sure the rim stays near the base of the penis during intercourse. This is especially important at the end of intercourse as the penis is withdrawn. Either partner can hold onto the rim.


    Oil-based lubricants, like Vaseline or edible oils, weaken male condoms and make them less effective.

    Store condoms in cool, dry places. Exposure to heat, such as a back-pocket wallet or a hot glove compartment can create microscopic holes. Most male condoms can be kept in their packages for about 2-3 years. Those with spermicide are usually effective for about 2 years. Check the condom's expiration date before using it with a partner.

    Side Effects

    If you or your partner experiences genital burning or itching, it may be a sign of an allergy to either the condom or spermicide used. If you used a latex condom, try using condoms without latex. You can also try a spermicide with different chemicals than the one you used.

    Questions:

    A lot of men carry condoms in their wallets. Is this a good idea?

    No. Exposure to body heat, sunlight, and extreme cold can all damage condoms and make them more likely to break.



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    I think this is a great post , well not so great but it brings up something we here rarely dissuse, our friend is concerened so should we all be this is not a light subject, and i think it should be addressed more for all of our sake take time to read this and think about yourself and the health of the one you chose to be with...its not just you its everyone who needs to know,, so lets play safe and live to enjoy ........
    mc, things happen in the heat of the moment , you took the proper steps.dont panic , relax it is what it is and you will be fine .... if ya need a friend to talk to we are here for you always.
    @rc Angel.



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    Default Re: the condom broke

    Quote Originally Posted by Youngmc
    after it started feeling real good i realized the condom broke.... how long of penetration does it take to catch somethin? is it instant, it was prolly a couple minutes for me.... im real scared
    just curious, what brand condom were you using


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    thanks for the replies... i beleive it was an atlas condom, that i got for free, my partner was a transexual, who is a friend, and i asked repeatedly and she assured me that she been tested and was clean, i dont wanna ask her again, but from her answer i feel confident, also i found out that it takes several minutes of penetration to contract hiv, which is what im most concerned about



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