Use condoms to protect against STIs and HIV The condom (external or internal) is the most widely used and most accessible tool to protect yourself and your partners against HIV and STIs. For protection to be effective, the instructions must be followed. Improper condom use can cause tearing or slipping during sex. Protection against HIV and STIs is no longer assured. Here are six simple ways to prevent HIV and STDs: 1. For each intercourse, use a new condom. 2. There is no point in putting on 2 condoms at the same time. 3. Some people are allergic to latex. For them, there are latex-free condoms. Ask your pharmacist. 4. Most "convertible top accidents" are due to misuse: practice solo or in pairs before practicing. 5. You can buy condoms at pharmacies, sex shops or supermarkets. Free or inexpensive condoms are also available in some HIV prevention associations and in Family Planning Centers. 6. Condoms should be stored in a dry place, away from heat and light. Keeping a condom in a wallet or pocket may damage it because it will be compressed.
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