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Great question! We go over how to put on a condom and some other condom-related things here. Pinch the tip while rolling the condom all the way to the base. If the condom is only rolled down part of the way, that may be causing the condom to slip off.
Hold the base of the condom when you pull out of your partner. Try different brands and types of condoms to find the condom that works best for you and your partner. Condoms should fit snugly Condom keeps falling off an erect penis. Some people find that sex feels better if they use lube on the inside of the condom. If you use too much though, things can get a bit too slippery in there.
If you like to use lube inside the condom, only use a drop or two at the tip. You can also try not using lube on the inside of the condom entirely, to see if that solves your problem. Not having enough lube on the outside can make the vagina or anus tug on the condom a bit—making it more likely to fall off. Put a little lube on the outside of the condom, or in and around the vaginal opening or anus. Instead, use water- or silicone-based lubes. We talk more about how to use lube and the different kinds of lube here.
However, condoms are made to fit over an erect penis. Think of this as an opportunity to explore some other activities. If you can, try not to concentrate too much on whether you have an erection. Finally, if condoms only slip off in certain positions, consider avoiding those and sticking to ones that keep your condom in place! These condoms are inserted inside the vagina or anus before sex.
We talk more about internal condoms here. You can get free or low-cost testing at many family planning clinics, or you can go to your healthcare provider. You can get Plan B at drug stores over the counter, or at many family planning clinics. They can also go to their doctor or a family planning clinic for ella, another kind of emergency contraception.
Another option is the copper IUD sometimes called Paragard. Copper IUDs are the most effective form of emergency contraception when inserted up to 5 days after unprotected sex or pesky condom slip-ups.
Emergency contraception prevents pregnancy, and is NOT the same as the abortion pill. We talk more about emergency contraception here. You can also talk to one of our health educators about how to use condoms and make sure they fit. Topics range from nutrition to pregnancy prevention, and everything in between.
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