Male and female condoms prevent pregnancy by stopping sperm from entering the vagina,
so it can't reach and fertilise the egg. Condoms also protect against STIs, including HIV,
cause they act as a barrier. (The penis and vagina don't touch each other directly so
infections can’t be passed on.) But... they must be stored and used CORRECTLY.
You must always use a new condom when having sex. Just remember – one condom, one round.
You have to interrupt sex to put on a condom, but feeling safe and protected is worth it!
Learning about using condoms and helping your partner to put it on can make the effort
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