That means leftover sperm could end up staying in place and mixing with pre-ejaculate fluid. Others have water-based lubricants, such as glycerin or silicone, which don't damage condoms but might also cause irritant reactions and reduce STI protection. Where can I get contraception?
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There are no studies on the potential of dyes and fragrances to be absorbed from the vagina to reach the fetus. There is also the potential for benzocaine to cause an allergic reaction or inflammation in the vagina and increase the risk for a yeast infection and STIs in a pregnant woman. You can use emergency contraception up to five days after unprotected sex when sperm entered the vagina.