Condoms

Condoms when used with water-based lubricant can reduce the risk of getting or passing on an STI or BBV as they stop the exchange of sexual fluids. Unfortunately condoms may not protect you from getting herpes, genital warts or crabs.

  1. Use a new condom with lube every time you have sex.
  2. Condoms do come in different sizes and shapes.
  3. Condoms prevent pregnancy as well as STI's and BBV's.

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Know Your Risk

The risk of transmission of most STI's can be significantly reduced by correct and consistent use of a male condom, female condom, dental dam, or other barrier. For more information on these and other prevention options visit Safe Sex No Regrets NT Free Testing or STI Health

Our Aboriginal Sexual Health team aims to cover remote NT Aboriginal communities for education and outreach. Please contact us if you’d like to invite us to come to your community.