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What do you do? open a new one and continue ? go to shower immediately and wash it off?

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This has happened to me a few times.. If I notice right away or before I cum I go straight to the shower, wash up and use a new one. A few times its been too late - pull out after blowing my load and see its broke, then you might aswell bareback her for the next round,lol.. :001_Thank_You5:

 

Then test at 30 days, then at 6 weeks and then at 90 days..

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Wash up immediately with some antiseptic type soap. This is a bad evening!!

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Wash up immediately with some antiseptic type soap. This is a bad evening!!

 

Oh yeah, and wash up with listerine too! hahaha

Every action has an equal and opposite reaction - "it was just the internet.." is not an excuse.

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If it breaks then it obviously wasn't reliable in the first place so best off doing without it.

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Sorry guys, if it breaks you can go and wash it this may save you from external problems, herpes etc, but

it isn't going to help with the small amount of possibly infected fluid which has got into the eye.

Have heard that you should have a piss asap to try flush out the inside. It may help, but you still have a wait on your hands.

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Trying to shag environmentally friendly, I’m using this repair kit before going for a new round.

condom repair 1.jpg

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Does no-one worry that this might be the first step to fatherhood, or does everyone think that 100% of the girls are on the pill? If they aren't, perhaps a trip to the pharmacy to get a morning-after pill might be a good idea.

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I believe its a wise thing to stop as soon as you find out about the condom.

Go take a shower , try to piss too. I know this is not the best way for our pleasure , but i guess i can cancel a bang to secure my health. I want to be healthy for many many years so that i can bang a lot more.

And the most important thing is to find out why you had a broken condom.

If the condom is the right size , you know how to put it and the girl is wet enough i don't believe there is a chance to brake.

So for your safety you need to have some lube around, and to put the condom on your own.

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some good advice here

 

but i dont agree with the " It broke once so ill bareback her for the rest of the week" thing..

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Might aswell carry on once its broke, no point in washing you dick or pissing its to late folks, lets not try to convince yourself here.

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Might aswell carry on once its broke, no point in washing you dick or pissing its to late folks, lets not try to convince yourself here.

 

I'm sorry but you are dead wrong. Transmission of a virus is a matter of connecting with a concentrated amount of that virus sufficient to overwhelm your body's defenses and seat itself in you. One can be exposed to a virus and not contract it. The key is to limit exposure to lower the chance of a transmission. If a condom breaks and you pull out immediately, wash off with hydrogen peroxide and anti bacterial soap, you do not allow remnants to fester with the original contact to build a greater chance of transmission. Anything you do to mitigate helps your chances of stopping actual transmission and you are fooling yourself if you believe, "aw shucks, condom broke, I'm exposed... so I might as well continue fucking bareback..." The longer you are exposed bare back and the more you do it, the more opportunity you give a potential std to transmit.

 

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What do you do? open a new one and continue ? go to shower immediately and wash it off?

 

 

Take it out, have a piss and wash it, try not to be paranoid.

 

The risk of a male catching HIV from unprotected vaginal intercourse with an infected female partner is estimated at around 1 in 10,000.

 

see http://reducetheburden.org/?p=2199

 

You're many times more likely to catch a bacterial STI, these are rife in Thailand.

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Happened to me. I showered, had a pee, took the tests and came out clean.

A condom can break when it is to little lubrication. Treat the lady nicely. Make her feel good. And use lube. It feels better too.

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This has happened to me a few times.. If I notice right away or before I cum I go straight to the shower, wash up and use a new one. A few times its been too late - pull out after blowing my load and see its broke, then you might aswell bareback her for the next round,lol.. :GoldenSmile1:

 

Then test at 30 days, then at 6 weeks and then at 90 days..

 

I know that hiv can take up to 3 months (some say 6 months) to show on a test. why not wait until 3 months (or 6 months) before getting tested instead of at 30 days then 6 weeks?

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I know that hiv can take up to 3 months (some say 6 months) to show on a test. why not wait until 3 months (or 6 months) before getting tested instead of at 30 days then 6 weeks?

 

90 days = 3 months.

 

Upon returninf from LOS eachtime I get checked up since HighWycombe Hospital and the GUM clinic is a 3 minute walk from my house. The head of the GUM dept told me that about 75% of people infected with HIV will test positive within the first 30 days, 95% will test positive within 6 weeks and the remaining 5% usually within the 90 days. That is what he told me, and they do hundreds of HIV tests a week and their lab is at the GUM clinic.

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I know that hiv can take up to 3 months (some say 6 months) to show on a test. why not wait until 3 months (or 6 months) before getting tested instead of at 30 days then 6 weeks?

 

There is a number of reasons why you should have more than one test, e.g. different testing methods, the window period etc.

“When a person is infected with HIV, their body responds by producing special proteins that fight infection, called antibodies.

Most people develop detectable HIV antibodies within 6 to 12 weeks of infection. In very rare cases, it can take up to 6 months. The ‘window period’ is a term used to describe the period of time between HIV infection and the production of antibodies. During this time, an antibody test may give a ‘false negative’ result, which means the test will be negative, even though a person is infected with HIV. To avoid false negative results, antibody tests are recommended three months after potential exposure to HIV infection.”

 

Taken from: http://www.avert.org/testing.htm

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There is a number of reasons why you should have more than one test, e.g. different testing methods, the window period etc.

“When a person is infected with HIV, their body responds by producing special proteins that fight infection, called antibodies.

Most people develop detectable HIV antibodies within 6 to 12 weeks of infection. In very rare cases, it can take up to 6 months. The ‘window period’ is a term used to describe the period of time between HIV infection and the production of antibodies. During this time, an antibody test may give a ‘false negative’ result, which means the test will be negative, even though a person is infected with HIV. To avoid false negative results, antibody tests are recommended three months after potential exposure to HIV infection.”

 

Taken from: http://www.avert.org/testing.htm

 

that's the point of my question as to why get tested before the 3 months period. I guess Roidfreak gave a plausible answer, being the uncertainty of different testing methods (although I think it probably makes more sense to get tested at various testing centers after the 3 month period if you are unsure of the test center's testing).

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I washed thoroughly with soap then whiskey then soap again.

The whiskey was all I had to use at the time.

Sometimes one must improvise and use what is at hand.

 

Most condoms break from use of non compatible lubricants.

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i would get her the morning after pill and sty with her to see if she is really swallowing it, then clean myself down the waist and have a pee just to be safe.

other than that there won´nt be much to do.

 

like the 1. reply test after 30, 60 and 90 days for a disease. if something is itching or whatever a short while after you should get a doctor to have a look at and give you some cream.

 

this is what i would do

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I washed thoroughly with soap then Whiskey then soap again.

The Whiskey was all I had to use at the time.

Sometimes one must improvise and use what is at hand.

 

Most condoms break from use of non compatible lubricants.

 

Yes, this is important. Never use an oil based lubricant. It will weaken the latex and the condom will tear eaily. Use a waterbased lubricant that is made for the purpose.

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Polyurethane condoms ok to use with waterbased lubs like ky?

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Polyurethane condoms ok to use with waterbased lubs like ky?

 

I am not an expert, but I can do a search on Google. I quote from the article I found:

Unlike latex condoms, synthetic condoms such as male and female polyurethane condoms can be used with either water-based or oil-based lubricants.

Here is a link to the pdf file:Condomlube805.pdf

 

And here is a link to a discussion about lube from the forum: Best lube

 

I will definitely be careful with a latex condom if I go for an oil massage and it ends up with the full works.

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I've always wondered if hand sanitizer is good to use after boning a bar girl condom break or not? Either it potentially kills any virus and bacteria or it potentially is irritating your dick and putting you more at risk I am not sure. I used to slather it on after every time even though it stung but then I realized I might be exposing myself more so I stopped. Anyone know if this is a good technique?

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