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Why condom fails during sex.

"Condoms" otherwise known as protection are great in preventing both pregnancy and infections spread through intercourse. If you follow the instructions and use them every time you have intercourse, there’s very little possibility of pregnancy, or getting or spreading an infection.

According to VeryWellHealth, protection is one of the better ways to avoid and reduce your risk of getting infections (STIs). But protection can only carry out the expected functions if you use them consistently and in the appropriate manner.

Even if you use protection without fail, there may be times it slips off when you are having intercourse or spontaneously bursts or ruptures. This can occur if the protection:

1. Is not made properly.

2. Was not stored at the right temperature.

3. Is used after the protection gets expired.

4. Gets torn when taken out of the packet.

5. Is too small or too large.

6. Is used with an inappropriate lubricant.

7. Is not worn or used in the right manner.

Kindly note these reasons and try as much as possible to avoid them.

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