There would be no reason for a lab to test for whether or not you recently had sex. There is no diagnostic reason to ask that question in the lab setting and no test specifically designed to test for sexual conduct. However, there are urine tests that can detect gonorrhea or chlamydia; a positive test for either disease or a few others is a pretty good indicator that sex occurred - but if you properly used the condom, it's almost impossible to transmit/receive those kind diseases in the genitourinary tract. I'm re-reading the question over and over and I wonder if the real issue is that you don't want it to be known that you had sex. If that is the case, you should be OK - UTIs occur even in the absence of sexual activity.
It just depends how sensitive you are 'down there'. If you get really sore just using a normal condom once or twice a day then using a spermicidal condom will likely irritate you and make you really sore. It differs from person to person. But if you don't get sore then it should be fine to use it a couple times a day. But after using a spermicidal condom, always clean yourself after because spermicide messed with your ph balance and can cause Urinary tract infection (UTI). Hope I helped:)
it is not supposed to with the proper use of the condom. Sometimes female urinary infections does not have to do with their sexual activities.
Yes it does. A spermicidal condom usually kills all sperm trapped inside the condom which prevents pregnancy.
Spermicidal lubricant is, I believe, usually on the inside of condoms.
You have lubrication on all condoms. Some say spermicidal and some say non spermicidal. If it is spermicidal this means that the sperm is killed inside the condom. And No spermicidal means it doesnt kill the sperm.
It will say on the packaging.
Well, the chances are lower than if you just used a non-spermicidal condom that broke, however you could still get pregnant
If it wasn't a spermicidal condom there is a 2% chance of you conceiving.
About the same if you weren't wearing one...
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Hello, I am slightly confused about you using two condoms during intercourse. If you mean your partner was wearing two condoms, one spermicidal and one not spermicidal and the non-spermicidal condom broke, then this is nothing to worry about because your boyfriend was already wearing a second condom which will protect sperm from entering your Vagina.
Yes, Its nothing he did. Its simply bacteria that got into the urinary tract (urinary tract infection: (UTI) and progressed to the bladder/kidneys. The condom could have had bacteria on it... but then again so could have the sheets or yalls hands or anything that touched your pee hole. Good luck and happy cranberry juice to ya.
It will say on the packaging if the condom is spermicidal or it will state on the leaflet.
Many condoms are made with a spermicidal chemical that kills sperm, but if this is not present then, yes the sperm inside a condom can get you pregnant.
No, you will not get pregnant off that.
Spermicidal condoms run between $6.00 - $10.00 for a 12 pack. It all depends on where you purchase them... I think Walmart has them at the best price... Walmarts are everywhere aren't they? :-)
I wouldn't think so...but its always possible I suppose
Some of the spermicide will remain in the female but not enough to protect against pregnancy once the condom is removed. Spermicidal condoms are being criticized for reducing protection against STDs--the spermicide makes cell membranes less resistant to infections.
If the condom breaks
Yes if it is a condom that is not spermicidal and sperm has leaked out in the mean time it is possible