Jun 26, · Condom Failure Rate? I've been researching the effectiveness of condoms, and as most individuals know, they have a failure rate of about % even with perfect use and no breaks or slips. My question is: what is contributing to the failure even if it is used perfectly? Sep 10, · "The average condom failure rate in the 11 studies for preventing transmission of the AIDS virus was 31%." "condoms have an "annual failure rate" of 10% to 36% when it comes to preventing pregnancy." "25% of High School students will be .
France using the (k) subject condom with a standard latex condom serving as a control. Among the couples included in the study, the clinical breakage rate for the polyurethane condom was % compared to % for the control. Clinically significant slippage was % for the polyurethane condom and % for the control. Sep 05, · So basically, that "2% failure rate" may be artificially inflated by false reports of condom use, and most condom failures happen to a small group of people who are not using them correctly (despite reporting "perfect" use).
Mar 09, · Trojan ENZ. The Trojan ENZ condom is a lubricated condom made from latex, IUDs are over 99 percent effective in preventing pregnancy when inserted up to five days after contraceptive virginities.xyz: Ashley Marcin. Jun 07, · The typical use of male condoms, which is the average way most people use them, has a failure rate of %. This means that people out of every will become pregnant during the first year of use. Spermicidal agents increase the effectiveness to over 95% when used correctly and consistently.