CONDOMS | The Family Planning Association of Sri Lanka


Condoms are very popular and are the only contraceptives that protect against HIV and STIs. They’re easy to use and easy to get.

In this section :

1. What’s a condom and how does it work? 

2. Do condoms help protect against STDs?


1. What’s a condom and how does it work? 


Condoms are small, thin pouches that cover your penis during sex and collect semen (cum). Condoms prevent pregnancy by stopping sperm from getting into the vagina, so sperm can’t meet up with an egg.


2. Do condoms help protect against STDs? 


Yes! Using condoms every time you have oral, anal, or vaginal sex is the best way to reduce your chances of getting or spreading sexually transmitted infections. Condoms protect you and your partners from STDs by preventing contact with bodily fluids (like semen and vaginal fluids) that can carry infections. 
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