The Ministry of Public Health issued a series of recommendations to prevent and prevent preventative use from preventing HIV, sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancies.
Condom is the only way to prevent HIV transmission and other STDs during sexual contact. It is very important to use it from the beginning to the end of the sexual encounter to work because the infection is not only due to the contact of the liquids or the body's secretions, but also to the mucous membrane rubbing or the blood circulation with the wound.
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) affects immune cells responsible for protecting us from diseases. According to a report by the Ministry of Health, there are 6 500 new diagnoses each year in Argentina. At least 30% of HIV-infected people ignore it, said Miguel Pedrola, scientific director of the Latin American and Caribbean AHF (AIDS Healthcare Foundation).
The Ministry of Public Health issued a series of recommendations to prevent and prevent HIV from preventing and preventing HIV, sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancies.
Appropriate use of condoms:
– Check condom expiration date
– Use it from the beginning of the sexual relationship.
– Open the envelope gently so that the condom does not break. Do not use cutting tools or open it with your teeth.
– Tighten the tip of the condom so that the air is removed before it stays in the vertical penis because if it is filled, it may break during the relationship.
– Scroll to the bottom of the penis, making sure that the tip is not filled.
– Do not use petroleum jelly, oil or hand cream, as they may damage the condom. Use "water-based" lubricants that are sold in pharmacies and are available in hospitals and health centers in the country and are especially recommended for anal sex.
– When the ejaculation is removed, remove the condom with the penis still upright. Be careful not to spit semen.
– Condom should only be used once. Throw it in the trash, not in the bathroom.