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Can a condom provide protection from STDs & STIs?

Yes, that’s the prime purpose of a condom. A condom is known to be one of the most effective ways of preventing HIV and many other STDs as well as STIs like HIV, HPV, Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Herpes, etc., as long as it covers the sores.

Are two condoms better than one?

From being sceptical about using one to thinking about using two, you have come a long way. Bravo, ladies and gentlemen! However, using two condoms together, simultaneously, is not advised.

How to prevent STDs & STIs during anal sex?

It’s a tricky territory to eye but, if you have got them on their knees and ready for it, do not conquer without a condom. Since, the walls of the rectum & anus are quite thin and have multiple blood vessels, which are exposed to injury during anal sex, the risk of bacterial infection gets higher. To ensure that you or your partner do not become the breeding ground for the aforementioned bacteria, use a condom & lubricant. This will reduce the chance of tissue-tearing & will give you the complete freedom to sexplore.

Can I reuse a condom?

No seriously, where do you guys get such ideas from? You have so many things to think about, but reusing a condom shouldn’t be one. Two things – 1.) A motto you should definitely have – Feel fresh, use a new condom, every time you have sex, 2.) We have a wide range of flavoured condoms. You have got multiple options, so why think of reusing a condom.