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Will I get cystitis after sex?
You can get cystitis after having sex, but that doesn’t mean you’ll get cystitis every time you have sex or that there aren’t any other causes.
Women often get cystitis after having sex because it can make it easier for bacteria to get into your urethra and move up to your bladder from there, causing a UTI.
If you use a diaphragm as your method of contraception this can also increase your chances of getting cystitis after sex.
Why do I need to use a condom during sex?
Condoms are one of the most reliable ways to protect yourself from unwanted pregnancy and the only way to protect yourself from sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
When used properly, condoms can protect from STIs like chlamydia, HIV, and gonorrhoea.
How effective are condoms?
Condoms are very effective when it comes to protecting yourself from unwanted pregnancies or STDs.
Condoms are 98% effective at preventing pregnancy when used correctly.
This means that when 100 women use a condom correctly during sex only 2 of these women will become pregnant. Those are some really good odds!
When it comes to STDs, condoms are the only method of contraception that will protect you from picking up any nasty diseases.
Although they’re not 100% effective, condoms are by far the best way to protect yourself from STDs such as chlamydia, genital herpes, and gonorrhoea while having sex.
Be smart, be safe, and use a condom!
Are thinner condoms more likely to break?
No, thinner condoms are not more likely to break than other condoms.
Durex Thin Feel condoms go through rigorous testing to make sure that they pass all of the safety requirements that condoms need to meet before they can be sold.
So, no need to worry, thin condoms are as safe as any other condom as long as you use them properly.