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A rolled-up condom
Birth control teepBarrier
First useAuncient
Rubber: 1855
Latex: 1920
Polyurethane: 1994
Polyisoprene: 2008
Pregnancy rates (first year, latex)
Perfect uise2%[1]
Teepical uise18%[1]
Uiser remindersLatex condoms damaged bi ile-based lubricants
Advantages and disadvantages
STD pertectionYes
BenefitsNo medications or clinic veesits required

A condom (Johnny Bag) is a sheath-shaped barrier device that micht be uised durin sexual intercoorse tae reduce the probability o pregnancy an spreidin sexually transmittit infections (STIs/STDs) siclike HIV/AIDS.

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  1. a b Trussell, James (2011). "Contraceptive efficacy". In Hatcher, Robert A.; Trussell, James; Nelson, Anita L.; Cates, Willard Jr.; Kowal, Deborah; Policar, Michael S. (eds.) (eds.). Contraceptive technology (20th revised ed.). New York: Ardent Media. pp. 779–863. ISBN 978-1-59708-004-0. ISSN 0091-9721. OCLC 781956734.CS1 maint: extra text: eeditors leet (link) Table 26–1 = Table 3–2 Percentage of women experiencing an unintended pregnancy during the first year of typical use and the first year of perfect use of contraception, and the percentage continuing use at the end of the first year. United States. Archived 2013-11-12 at the Wayback Machine