How To Use Sexual Health Products

In some countries, cultures, religions and schooling there are people in the community who are not informed of the different sex choices they have and how to use them. Providing people with easily accessible information is the one step that will help people be aware of how to prevent sexual transmitted diseases or infections. Using this information will help to you stay safe and at the same time gets your sexual needs. Luckily, for first timers there are steps to follow for using sex toys and sexual health products.

The first and most important sexual health product is condoms. It is important to use condoms in order to reduce the risk of transferring STIs. STIs include HIV, Chlamydia, Genital Herpes, Genital Warts, Gonorrhea, Hepatitis B and Syphilis. You can get this STIs by vaginal, anal or oral sex. There are different types of condoms that can be used for women and men. Male condoms are installed when the penis is fully erect. A male condom is placed one by unrolling the condom over the penis. Female condoms however are inserted into the woman’s vagina before intercourse.

How To Use Women Condoms

  1. Remove the condom from the package.
  2. Put spermicide or lubricant on the outside of the closed end.
  3. Find a comfortable position.
  4. Squeeze the sides of the inner ring together.
  5. Insert the inner ring and condom into your vagina.

How To Use Men Condoms

  1. Hold the tip of the condom between your forefinger and thumb.
  2. Place the condom over the tip of the penis.
  3. While squeezing the head roll it down over the length of the penis.


Not douching properly before sex can increase the risk of transferring STIs. Douching is when male or female rinses their rectum with the intent to clean it for anal sex. Although douching can be a dangerous activity.

Reasons To Avoid Douching

  • Douching before anal sex can increase the risk of transferring HIV.
  • Douching can disrupt the epithelium or tissue in the rectum.
  • If you accidentally tear tissues in the anus HIV is easier to transfer through wounds.
  • Anal sex increases the risk of transferring Hepatitis B.3.
  • Douching can cause other discomfort due to the water.
Condoms to Prevent STI
Sexual Heath Product: Naked Duo 10 Pack


There is a new medication on market called “Prep” that is designed to prevent HIV. Prep is now recommended to be used for people who practice sex without using condoms. You can go to your general practitioner or a sexual health section at the hospital to see if you can get a blood test done to ensure you don’t have HIV before Prep can be recommended to you. The health care worker will explained the information about Prep. It is recommended to take the medication at same time each day. The sides affects you can get from Prep is an upset stomach and headaches.

Who Can Use Prep

  • People who have been tested and are HIV free
  • People who have sex with men and women
  • People who have sex with men without condoms
  • Heterosexual women who have sex with someone who doesn’t know if they have HIV


Also for the first time sex user I recommend to use masturbator for guys and bodywands which can be used for both male and female in different ways. There are a lot of rang different and different prices of masturbator. Masturbator can be used for single guy or ouples can use it together for mutual masturbation. Different maturbators have different textures inside and some also come with lubricant inside of them.

How To Use a Masturbator

  1. Open the the lid.
  2. Make sure there is no stick in the masturbator.
  3. Place lubricant inside of masturbator.
  4. Place lubricant on your penis.
  5. Insert your penis into the masturbator.
  6. Wank off.
  7. Clean the sex toy by using anti-bacterial spray or if it is a one time use you can throw it away.
  8. Use some fleshlight powder to keep it like new.

The bodywond can be used by both gender, body wond are really powerful toys but good thing you have the control of the speed of it, you can just use it as normal body part massager or just can put some lube and use it vaginal. You also can buy heads for it like a rabbit or one for men which similar to masturbter.

About the Author: Majd is a sales consultant at Oh Zone Adult Lifestyle Centres

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