Yes. Some people always use condoms for birth control. However, you must use the condom correctly, and you must use it every single time you have sex.

Should I use a condom even if I am using a birth control method like the pill or three-month shot?

Yes. If you or your partner has sex with more than one person or if you are unsure, you should use a condom every time you have sex. Using a condom will protect you from getting and/or spreading a sexually transmitted infection (STI). A condom is the only form of birth control that prevents STIs.

The benefit to using condoms is that they prevent pregnancy and protect you and your partner from sexually transmitted infections.