2], as well as the fact that with some STDs, such as HIV, it takes up to six months to be revealed in tests, Laci's digital series is meant to remind viewers that condoms
are the only form of birth control that protects against both pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections, and are 98 percent effective at preventing unintended pregnancy when used consistently and correctly.
com/research/8jzsjb/research_report) has announced the addition of the "Research Report on China's Condom
Industry, 2010-2019" report to their offering.
Female partners may purchase condoms
, express positive attitudes toward condoms
, request that the male partner use a condom
, or apply condoms
for their male partners, but it is ultimately the male who must consent to use a condom
and to do so with consistency.
One thing that is clear is that condoms
don't work when they are not used consistently or correctly, and if people can't get them.
Fielding, the county's public health officer, said local officials do not currently have the power to require the use of condoms
on adult-movie sets.
There is something I do not understand in the debate about whether the Catholic Church should permit the use of condoms
to prevent the spread of AIDS.
Research documenting transmission of HIV/STIs among individuals self-reporting consistent condom
use has cast doubt on the inherent effectiveness of condoms
among some people," says Dr.
I've used condoms
a few times, but I didn't like the way they made sex feel.
David McKirnan, a psychologist at the University of Illinois, points out that condom
use during sex "is an externally imposed diet that may not require a very powerful external stimulus to break down" In other words, the fantasy environment and sexual smorgasbord of a bathhouse are more than enough of a stimulus for many men to forego condoms
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued a report pointing out that there is no scientific evidence that condoms
prevent the transmission of most sexually transmitted diseases.
use self-efficacy can be measured reliably and validly, such an instrument could be used as a predictor of students' intention to use condoms
(Mahoney, Thombs, & Ford, 1995).
But natural membrane condoms
, also called lambskin condoms
, do not prevent HIV because the virus can pass through them.