Q: Can I use condoms during pregnancy?
Paranoia will destroy ya. Just ask my growing sense of sexual frustration and my seriously nubby fingernails. At times, I’ve even become so scared of the possible outcomes of having sex, being safer simply isn’t enough reassurance. In turn, this sexually-induced anxiety made me turn to extended periods of intentional abstinence.
For many who aren’t trying to conceive or want to wait to have kids, an unexpected pregnancy can be a very scary outcome from having unsafe sex.
Uncertain about condoms? Don’t know the rudimentary facts about rubbers? Or are you secretly a seasoned condom aficionado? Find out how much you REALLY know about condoms by taking the Condom Depot Learning Center’s Condoms 101: True/False Quiz!
Let’s face it: everyone makes mistakes. There’s no shame in that, but if you are capable of getting pregnant and you’ve had sex with someone who’s capable of getting you pregnant, you may need to use a pregnancy test at some point in your life– even if you are super safe.
While condoms are a fast and easy contraceptive tool, there are others out there that you may want to know more about. Condom Depot’s staff of Safer Sexperts have compiled all of our hormonal contraception articles in one easy to find place to help you make an educated decision on what methods you want to use.
Have you ever disagreed with your partner about the right time to have children? Have they ever taken it too far?
You’re just found out you’re pregnant and you’re freaking out. Maybe you don’t want kids right now. Maybe you’re concerned about how it even happened.
Anytime the pull-out method is mentioned, there are legions of people willing to tell you either their horror or success stories. This is why it’s always important to remember that a plural of anecdote isn’t data.