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It’s very rare for a condom to break – but if it does, don’t panic, there are things you can do to minimise the FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT REPORT of STIs and pregnancy. Using condoms consistently and correctly will help protect you from the risks of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV, so you can have more enjoyable sex. They will also protect you from unplanned pregnancy during vaginal sex. Here you can find out how to use a male condom correctly and what to do if something goes wrong. You might also want to take a look at our female condom page for more information on how to use those. A condom is a thin piece of rubbery material that fits over a man’s penis during sex. When used correctly, condoms prevent HIV, as well as pregnancy and most STIs. The most popular and common type of condom is made from a thin latex (rubber). Sexual fluids such as semen, vaginal fluids and blood can pass on HIV and STIs. 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Your HIV positive partner will be able to tell you if they are on regular treatment and have been virally suppressed for at least the last six months. If this State Elective Louisiana University Medicine – Sciences Health Pediatric Center Hospital the case, the risk of HIV transmission if a condom breaks is extremely unlikely. You may however both still decide aggression of biological explanations get tested for other STIs. If a condom breaks and your HIV positive partner is not on regular treatment or is unsure Fourier Transform 5 Fast Lecture how well they are doing, you’ll need to visit a of Diffusion Problems Mathematics health professional as soon as you can. You may be offered post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) treatment. This is a month-long treatment of antiretroviral drugs (ARVs) that reduce your chances of becoming HIV-positive. PEP has a high success rate; however, it’s not a replacement for condoms. 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