Colocación del condón - Serie

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Procedimiento (primera parte)

Los condones están fabricados de látex de goma, de poliuretano o de intestinos de cordero. Entre los beneficios de los condones está su capacidad de bloquear las enfermedades de transmisión sexual.

Procedimiento (primera parte)

Procedimiento (segunda parte)

El condón se coloca en la cabeza del pene con el anillo enrollado en dirección contraria a éste.

Procedimiento (segunda parte)

Cuidados posteriores

El condón se desenrolla por encima del pene sin dejar de sujetar la punta del condón. La mayoría de los condones viene con lubricación previa, por lo que se debe evitar el uso de vaselina, lociones o aceites que puedan debilitar el condón, ocasionando una posible ruptura del mismo.

Cuidados posteriores

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  • Last reviewed on 2/12/2012
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