If your main concern is pregnancy go to one of our clinics, a doctor or a pharmacy for emergency contraception within 72 hours.
If you are worried about STIs talk to a health professional.
Viruses such as HIV cannot pass through an unbroken rubber condom. The studies involved couples where one person was HIV positive and the other was not infected.
The first study showed that if condoms were used correctly, none of the uninfected partners got HIV.
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Most other methods of contraception/ārai hapū don’t protect you against STIs, including HIV. Condoms are easy to get, are easy to use, have no side effects (unless you are allergic to rubber) and help prevent cancer of the cervix.
If used correctly every time you have sex, condoms provide very good protection from pregnancy and infection.
Fifteen out of 100 women became infected if condoms were not used every time.
Condoms are known to greatly reduce the risk of catching other STIs such as chlamydia and gonorrhoea.