You always use condoms when fucking

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Advice for fucking

You say you always use condoms when fucking. Well done! This reduces the risk of hepatitis C transmission. But you can do even more. See if the following advice about fucking fits your sex life.

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-Remove cock piercings to reduce the risk of wound/bleeds
-If spit is used to fuck (for instance, after rimming), switch to lube as soon as possible. Spit only works as lubricant for a short while. It quickly dries. This could cause damage to your butt hole. Damage inside makes it easier for hepatitis C to enter your body
-Do you and your partner change role (top to bottom or the other way around? Or would you like to fuck with someone else, for example at a sex party? First wash your cock, pubic hair and balls (top) or your butt (bottom) with a mild soap or wash gel. Rinse off thoroughly with lots of water. Never use disinfectants on your cock or anus (to prevent irritation of the mucous membranes)
-Take off your cock ring when you wash yourself. Lube (containing hepatitis C) can hide under your cock ring. Clean (and disinfect) the cock ring before putting it back on
-Remove condoms carefully after fucking. Hepatitis C attaches itself to the outside of the condom. Always wash and disinfect your hands after removing the condom

General advice for anal sex

You may have read this section before. Make sure you read at least once these general recommendations for anal sex.

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  • Never share your anal douche. Need to use someone else’s anal douche? Then know how to disinfect it. 
  • Degrease and disinfect the sling, play sheet or bench before you lay or sit on it as a bottom.
  • When you’re the bottom, lay as much as possible on your own towel. Tip: Take your own towel with you on sex dates.
  • Always use your own jar/bottle of lube for your ass. Never share your lube.
  • Use lots of lube. This reduces the risk of small wounds and bleeds.
  • Take a test every 3 to 6 months for hepatitis C and other STIs

Why clean and disinfect?

You may have read this section before. Make sure you read at least once our explanation at Why disinfection is important.