Durex Thin Feel Condoms
Saturday, 24 February 2024
How to use
- Open the pack carefully: Make sure you do not use sharp objects which could damage the condom.
- Check for the reservoir tip: Make sure the condom comes with a reservoir tip where semen will be collected.
- Check the condom's expiry date: Always check the packaging to ensure that the condom has not expired.
- Put on the condom: Pinch the tip of the condom and roll it onto an erect penis, leaving a small space at the top for semen collection.
- Use lube if necessary: Some people prefer using lube with condoms for a better sexual experience. Make sure to use a water or silicone-based lube as an oil-based one can damage the condom.
- Check for any breaks or tears: Make sure the condom stays intact during use.
- Dispose of the condom properly: After use, tie the open end and dispose of it in a bin. Do not flush the condom.
- Remember to use a new condom every time you have sex and never use two condoms at the same time.
- Note: Always read the instructions on the packaging as some products may vary. If the condom doesn't fit correctly or feels uncomfortable, this product might not be right for you.
- Natural rubber latex, silicone lube
Side Effects & Cautions
- Allergic Reactions: Some people may be allergic to latex, which can cause itching, redness, or swelling.
- Improper Use: Not using the condom properly or wearing the wrong size can increase the risk of breakage, slippage, and subsequently, unwanted pregnancies or STIs.
- Reduced Sensation: Although they are designed to be thin, some men may still experience reduced sensitivity during sexual intercourse.
- Skin Irritation: In rare cases, there might be irritation or discomfort on the skin due to friction or sensitivity to the condom material.
- Always remember to check the expiry date on the packet and store the condoms at room temperature to ensure they remain effective. In case of any discomfort or issues, consult with a healthcare professional.
- Use a new condom for each act of sex.
- Tear open the package carefully, avoid sharp objects.
- If condom feels too tight or loose, try a different brand or style instead.
- Do not use oil-based substances as lubricant, as they can damage the condom.
- Never reuse a condom.
- Store in a cool, dry place away from sunlight.
- In case of irritation or discomfort, discontinue use.
- Condoms should be used in combination with other contraceptive methods for better protection against STIs/HIV and unwanted pregnancies.
- Check the expiration date before use.