If you’ve found yourself in an awkward situation because of a broken condom, you’ve come to the right place so read on.


In a moment of passion accidents can happen, a condom worn incorrectly, handled roughly or past its expiration date can lead to it breaking or slipping off during sex. Don’t panic but do follow this advice.

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  • Discuss getting tested for STIs with your partner as soon as possible.
  • You will also want to discuss emergency contraception with your healthcare provider if you weren’t protected by another form of contraception such as an IUD or the pill.
  • Speak to your healthcare provider about post exposure prophylaxis (PEP), a "morning after" treatment for HIV that may prevent infection if you think you could be at risk.
  • Don’t pass it on.
  • Stay away from all sexual contact (vaginal, oral, or anal) with anyone until you’ve tested negative for STIs.


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