What to do if you find condom break after sex?
Sometimes, a couple will notice that a condom broke after sex. If you know that the condom has broken during sex, stop right away and use a new condom.
If you find condom break:
– If you’re afraid pregnancy, call your doctor, nurse practitioner, or health clinic right away to ask about emergency contraception. Teens who are over 15 can buy emergency contraception pills (ECPs) over the counter at a pharmacy.
-It’s a good idea for you and your partner to be tested for STDs. People are often unaware that they have an STD, but if an infection isn’t treated, it could cause serious problems.
Keep them away from heat and light, don’t carry them in a wallet, don’t open them with anything sharp (like scissors or teeth), and avoid using oils or lotions on them. The material used to make condoms can weaken over time, so check the expiration date and don’t use one that has expired. These ways all can prevent condoms from breaking.
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