Guidelines for safer sex
Limit your sexual activity to only one partner who is having sex with Raipur Escorts only with you to reduce exposure to disease-causing organisms. Follow these guidelines, which may provide for safer sex:
- Think twice before beginning sexual relations with a new partner. First, discuss past partners, history of STIs, and drug use.
- Use condoms every time you have sex. Choose a male condom made of latex or polyurethane--not natural materials. Only use polyurethane if you are allergic to latex. Female condoms are made of polyurethane.
- Although studies say that nonoxynol-9 spermicide kills HIV in lab testing, it has not been determined whether spermicides, used alone or with condoms, provide protection against HIV. Some data show that nonoxynol-9 may increase the risk of HIV transmission, However, the CDC recommends that latex condoms, with or without spermicides, should be used to help prevent sexual transmission of HIV.
- For oral sex, help protect your mouth by having your partner use a condom (male or female).
- Avoid drinking alcohol or using drugs as this increases the chance that you will participate in high-risk sex.
- Women should not douche after intercourse--it does not protect against STIs. And, it could spread an infection farther into the reproductive tract and can wash away spermicidal protection.
- Have regular Pap tests, pelvic exams, and periodic tests for STIs.
- Be aware of your partner's body. Look for signs of a sore, blister, rash, or discharge.
- Check your body frequently for signs of a sore, blister, rash, or discharge.
- Consider sexual activities other than vaginal, oral, or anal sex. These are techniques that do not involve the exchange of body fluids or contact between mucous membranes.