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Why do condoms break during sex

Condoms may rip during use if they don't fit properly or if they are not put on correctly A new condom should be used with each act of sex, and should be used. Condoms are a great form of birth control and protection; however, the only way they effectively work is if they don't break. If there is friction whilst having sex, not only will it cause pain for you and your partner causing pain and irritation. A doctor's guide on what to do if a condom fails you. Feb 20,  · Lack of Lube If there is friction whilst having sex, not only will it cause pain for you and your partner causing it can cause the condom to essentially break. To keep your condoms intact, make sure you use lubricant or buy ones that are pre-lubed, like Durex safe porno-onlain-film.com: Alex Leith. A small percentage of condoms do break during sex. When they are used correctly, however, this rarely happens. Condoms are more likely to break if there is a lack of lubrication, so use a water-based lubricant to avoid this. Polyurethane condoms are more likely to break than latex ones. Jun 07,  · Condoms aren't perfect (they aren't even % effective), so yes, sometimes they break. According to Dr. Bhuyan, it's usually due to friction, which is an issue because sex is like 80% friction Occupation: Assistant Editor.
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