Yes. Stick with water-based, however, condom or not.
Spermicidal lubricant is, I believe, usually on the inside of condoms.
The lubricant reduces the stress on the condom, which reduces the chance of breakage, which reduces the chance of pregnancy. It is important to have most, if not all, of the lubricant on the outside of the condom because you don't want it to slip off the penis during intercourse.
About the same if you weren't wearing one...
Yes of course but with enough lubricant and condom
The grease on the condom is actually a lubricant. Which facilitates penetration, but also makes the condom less likely to rip or break. You're not supposed to wipe it off!
Get better condoms; pinch the top of a condom before putting it on so that air doesn't get trapped in the condom. Use lubricant.
Any condom that has lube is going to be a water based lube.
Assuming you're talking about condom lubricant, no. You CAN purchase spermicide condoms that will kill sperm. Lubricant such as KY jelly will not kill sperm nor prevent pregnancy. For a lubricant designed to kill sperm, look for the ingredient nonoxynol 9. There are even condoms that have this chemical.
Graphite is a grayish black greasy substance. It is used as a lubricant and is commonly used in the industrial industry.
Guys can't feel the precum, so use LOTS of lubricant, but you're being smart if you use the condom. The withdrawel method with the condom is a nice way to prevent pregnancy, but I would recommend taking the pill with the condom.
no condoms do not break in water, instead, water is considered to be a good lubricant to use with a condom
Oil based lubricants can weaken latex condoms.
So long as you use and condom and lubricant, there is very little problems, besides the possible pain and such.
It's just like any other penis, but most men prefer to put on the condom with the foreskin pulled back. After unwrapping the condom, retract the foreskin to expose the head of the penis. Apply a drop of a water-based or silicone-based* lubricant to the head of the penis. This will allow the condom to move around on the head of the penis during sex. Take the condom and unroll it down on to the shaft of the penis. The condom should be rolled all the way down. Use additional lubricant on the outside of the condom. *Do not used oil based lubricants like vaseline with condoms. They can cause condoms to break.
Better not. Some lotions and creams can weaken the thin rubber of the condom very quickly. If you want the full benefit of using condoms, use them right. Get a proper, water-based, "condom-approved" lube.
So long as you have plenty of natural or artificial lubricant (to prevent wear and tear) and use one condom per ejaculation it should be fine.
The sperm does not die any faster inside a condom than it would outside the body, unless you buy the condoms that have spermicidal lubricant in them. Still, not 100% of them die.
Yes you can use it as a lubricant, but it's not as good as using a condom or lube, USE AS A LAST RESORT! and do not use a skin protectant lotion or your penis will feel like it is on fire
By using a condom and a lubricant. It is a friction burn from over rubbing while too dry.
No condoms do not kill sperm. If they did I wouldn't be a teen mother
Yes, it's perfectly safe.