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Copper T inserted and removed. Can I use condom for sex after period has stopped?

Doctor- sorry for the trouble- I am 58 years old working in private college - My wife is about 51 years - i am Having one son ,already Married recently- As Per dr,s advise Copper T Inserted to Her Has Been removed 6 months back & The Mensus Period has Been stopped to My wife Since One Year- i am using hitherto The Condom While doing Intercourse- But I Am Feeling uneasy For Use- Give Me suggestions for free Intercourse without Condom Using- And suggest Me some Tablets for Erection Purpose- desairprasad@ WWW.WWWW.WW
Asked On : Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Jul 2012
Hi there Mr Prasad. As i understand from your history your wife is 51 yrs old & menopausal (infer this from your statement that bleeding has stopped since 1 year!). In this scenario, you do not need to follow any contraception anymore if indeed your history & is right & the gynecologist has even removed the Cu-T! So, if you feel uneasy using the condom, the good news is that you DONT HAVE TO!
Relax & enjoy your sex life. The fact that you still have the drive & desire as does your wife presumably, means all is well. You DONT need any medicaiton. However, if you so wish to do so, please consider sildenafil 50mg (viagra or any other derivatives) after consultation with your GP/Physician/cardiologist to rule out any cardiac ailments or impediments to its usage!
Cheers & trust this answers both your queries...the Billings method is redundant in your case!
Wish you a safe & happy sex life & a long prosperous life!
Dr Praveen Rodrigues MD
Bangalore, India
Answered: Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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