Durex Pleasure Me Condoms
Wednesday, 28 February 2024
How to use
- Check the expiry date: Before putting on a Durex Pleasure Me Condom, make sure to check the expiry date printed on the wrapper to ensure its viability.
- Open the packet: Tear open the package carefully to avoid any damage to the condom inside. Avoid using a sharp object to open the packet as it can tear the condom.
- Position correctly: The condom should be put on when the penis is erect. Ensure the teat at the end of the condom is facing the right way up – it should look like a sombrero and not a beanie. Squeezing the teat, place the condom on top of the penis.
- Unroll the condom: While still squeezing the teat, with the other hand roll the condom down to the base of the erect penis. If it starts to roll back up during sex, you just need to roll it back down again immediately. If it comes off, you need to put a new one on.
- After ejaculation: Hold the condom at the base as you withdraw after ejaculation, making sure to do this before the penis softens to avoid the condom slipping off.
- Remove the condom: Dispose of the used condom hygienically, wrapping it in a tissue before placing it into a bin. Do not flush the condom down the toilet.
- Important note: Always use a new condom each time you have sex. Never reuse a condom. Do not use a condom that is damaged or expired.
- Remember to practice safe sex always.
- Natural rubber latex, silicone lubricant
Side Effects & Cautions
- Allergic reactions: Some people may be allergic to latex, a material often used in condoms. Symptoms could include itching, rash, or discomfort.
- Proper usage: If not used correctly, condoms can tear or slip off, increasing the risk of pregnancy or transmission of sexually transmitted infections.
- Lubricant reaction: Some people may experience irritation due to the lubricants used on the condoms.
- Physical discomfort: Some people may experience discomfort and reduced sensation when using condoms.
- Condom expiry: Using an expired condom may compromise its effectiveness. Always check the expiry date before use.
- Note: Consult a healthcare professional if you experience severe discomfort or allergic reactions. It is essential to use condoms every time you have sex to protect against unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases.
- Always check the expiry date before use.
- Ensure that the condom package is not damaged or punctured.
- Use a new condom for each act of intercourse.
- Do not use oil-based lubricants as they can damage latex condoms.
- If you feel the condom break during activity, stop immediately and use a new one.
- Store in a cool, dry place away from sunlight.
- Improper use increases risk of unwanted pregnancies and STDs.
- If allergic to latex, discontinue use and consult a healthcare provider.