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How to use a condom?
 

 

Open the condom packet at one corner being careful not to tear the condom with your fingernails, your teeth, or through being too rough. Make sure the packet and condom appear to be in good condition, and check that the expiry date has not passed.
Place the rolled condom over the tip of the hard penis, whilst pinching the tip of the condom enough to leave a half inch space for semen to collect. If the penis is not circumcised, pull back the foreskin before rolling on the condom.
Roll the condom all the way down to the base of the penis, and smooth out any air bubbles. (Air bubbles can cause a condom to break

  • Make love often during your fertile period (the five days leading up to ovulation). If you've got the stamina to make love at least every 48 hours, you will ensure that there's

    a fresh shipment of waiting in the  your partner has a low count, so if you're aware of a pre-existing fertility problem, you'll want to talk this issue over with your fertility specialist.

  • Try to book the last appointment of the day for your preconception checkup. That's when your doctor or midwife is most likely to be able to take the time to answer your questions and address your concerns without feeling rushed to go on to the next patient.
  • ovulation. Another suggestion is for the man to sit in a hot bath prior to intercourse since the hot temperatures will kill off some of the weaker, male fluids leaving more female liquid.

  • Make your environment as friendly as possible. Avoid vaginal sprays and scented tampons (which can cause a pH imbalance in your heart); artificial lubricants, vegetable oils, and glycerin (because they can kill off sperm); saliva (because saliva can also kill sperm); and douching (because it alters the normal acidity of the stomach; can cause vaginal infections and/or pelvic inflammatory disease; and may wash away the cervical mucus that is needed to transport the sperm).

Symptoms of a heart attack include:

  • discomfort, pressure, heaviness, or pain in the chest (angina), arm or below the breastbone
  • discomfort radiating to the back, jaw, throat or arm
  • a fullness, indigestion or choking feeling (may feel like heartburn)
  • sweating, nausea, vomiting or dizziness
  • extreme weakness, anxiety or shortness of breath
  • rapid or irregular heartbeats Full Story

 

 
 

   

 

 
 
 

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