What is a good substitute for condoms?
Table of Contents
- What is a good substitute for condoms?
- What to do when you don't have a condom?
- Can I use a plastic glove instead of a condom?
- How old do you have to be to buy condoms?
- Do you need to wear a condom if she's on the pill?
- How can I get free condoms?
- How effective is the pull out method?
- How can I get condoms at 15?
- Is buying condoms embarrassing?
- Is it illegal to buy condoms at 13?
- Do you use a condom or a ziplock Baggie?
- Is it safe to use a plastic bag as a condom?
- Can a condom be used as a barrier?
- What can you do with a balloon as a condom?
What is a good substitute for condoms?
These alternatives include:
- Polyurethane condoms. These are made of thin plastic instead of rubber. ...
- Polyisoprene condoms. Made from synthetic rubber, these don't contain the same proteins that cause an allergic reaction. ...
- Female condoms. This is the only option a woman can wear. ...
- Lambskin condoms.
What to do when you don't have a condom?
If you've had sex without a condom, remember that there are a few things you can do immediately to help.
- Use the bathroom. First, head to the bathroom to remove lingering fluids from the vagina, penis, or anus. ...
- Don't douche, but do wash up. ...
- Check in with yourself. ...
- Plan out your next steps. ...
- Watch for symptoms.
Can I use a plastic glove instead of a condom?
If you're really in a pinch, you can use a latex or nitrile glove instead of a condom (make sure they're not powdered gloves, again, your tongue will thank me). Simply cut off the fingers...
How old do you have to be to buy condoms?
How old do you need to be to buy condoms? You can buy condoms at any age. Condoms are available in drugstores, Planned Parenthood health centers, other community health centers, some supermarkets, and from vending machines.
Do you need to wear a condom if she's on the pill?
Remember, the pill doesn't protect against HIV or other sexually transmitted diseases, so you need to continue to use condoms every time you have sex, especially with new partners, to stay safe.
How can I get free condoms?
Affordable or free condoms are often available at Planned Parenthood health centers, family planning clinics, your local health department, community centers, college health centers, or your doctor's office.
How effective is the pull out method?
For every 100 people who use the pull out method perfectly, 4 will get pregnant. But pulling out can be difficult to do perfectly. So in real life, about 22 out of 100 people who use withdrawal get pregnant every year — that's about 1 in 5.
How can I get condoms at 15?
Many people wonder where to buy condoms or what age you have to be to buy condoms. You can buy condoms at any age — there are no age restrictions on who can purchase them.
Is buying condoms embarrassing?
Realize that buying condoms is a normal part of having a responsible sex life. You may feel a little embarrassed to go up to a counter to buy condoms. But chances are the cashier and other people in line won't notice or care about the fact you're buying condoms.
Is it illegal to buy condoms at 13?
You can buy condoms at any age — there are no age restrictions on who can purchase them. Although some teens may be a bit nervous buying condoms for the first time, cashiers sell condoms all the time and won't bat an eye at your purchase.
Do you use a condom or a ziplock Baggie?
- USE A CONDOM EVERY TIME. They are reasonably cheap protection, and are absolutely designed for this purpose. As for using a ziplock baggie, it doesn't surprise me that you might have irritated her. I can't imagine what hard plastic seams and a zipper might feel like against delicate vaginal walls.
Is it safe to use a plastic bag as a condom?
- Anytime you have sex there is a chance of pregnancy even with a condom. The fact that you used a plastic bag is of some concern as the bag may have had small rips or tears in it. Even if it was a brand new plastic bag I would not have used it because it seems very very risky.
Can a condom be used as a barrier?
- To turn a condom into a barrier, snip off each end of the condom, slit it up the middle, and lay it flat, lubricant-side down, against the vaginal or anal opening. You may have heard that plastic wrap can also be used as a barrier for oral-vagina and oral-anal sex, but LeClaire says, “I beg you, please do not use plastic wrap.
What can you do with a balloon as a condom?
- Hard pass on that visual. Here are some things you can do with balloons: Make balloon animals. Stretch them over cans to create a very quiet miniature drum set. Make Bill Clinton’s day. You may notice that "use them as condoms" is not on that list. That’s because you cannot use balloons as condoms.