i keep reading people saying that they will have there partner pull out before they come, even with a condom. Is this safer than coming inside with a comdom on? My boyfriend and i resently started having sex and we use condoms as protection, but he comes inside me. is that worst? Also, What is the best kind of condom to buy. I want the best kind that won't break. Also(2nd), What is the best kind of spermicide, will it break the condom? i want to use both just in case... Thanks!
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The safest way to use a condom (assuming it is applied correctly and they're are no air bubbles or rips/tears in it) is for the guy to ejaculate into the condom whilst still inside his partner. Withdrawing (pulling out) before/during ejaculation could cause the condom to slip off and possible spill ejaculate in/near the vagina, causing possible pregnancy and STI risks. So yes, your partner was right to remain inside you whilst ejaculating into the condom. Some condoms come with spermicide already coated on them, however, if the condom is used correctly, there is no need for spermicide.
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It should also be noted that manufacturers generally concede that there is insufficient spermicide in a spermicidally lubricated condom to have any contraceptive effect. They manufacture them only to meet market demand.
The active ingedient in spermicide, nonoxynol-9, is essentially dish soap and an irritant. As such, it can actually aid in the transmission of STI's. Scarleteen does not reccommend spermicidally lubricated condoms.
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