If used properly, latex condoms will help to reduce the risk of transmission of HIV infection (AIDS) and many other sexually transmitted diseases, including Chlamydia, genital herpes, genital warts, gonorrhea, hepatitis B and syphilis.
Use a NEW condoms every time you have sex - BEFORE FOREPLAY AND BEFORE THE PENIS GETS ANYWHERE NEAR ANY BODY OPENING ( To avoid exposure to any body fluid that can carry infection). Handle condom gently.
Step 1:Put the condom on when the penis is erect, before there is any contact between the penis and your partner's body. Fluid released from the penis during the early stages of an erection can contain sperm and organisms that can cause STD's.
Step 2:Tear along one side of the foil, being sure not to rip the condom inside. Carefully remove the condom.
Step 3:Air trapped inside a condom could cause it to break. To avoid this, squeeze the closed end of the condom between your forefinger and thumb and place the condom over the erect penis. Be sure that the roll is on the outside. While still squeezing the closed end, use your other hand to unroll the condom gently down the full length of the penis. Make sure the condom stays in place during sex; if it rolls up, roll it back into place immediately. If the condom comes off, withdraw the penis and put on a new condom before intercourse continues.
Step 4:Soon after climaxing, while still erect, hold the condom in place at the base of the penis and withdraw. Wrap it in a tissue and put it in a trash bin.
Caution:Some condoms contain natural rubber latex which may cause allergic reactions. If you are using a spermicidally lubricated product, it contains the spermicide Nonoxynol-9. Some users are sensitive or allergic to spermicide or lubricants. If you or your partner have had any reaction to latex rubber, spermicide or lubricants, do not use those products. If either partner has a reaction to a specific product, discontinue use immediately.
Never let a latex condom come in contact with Oil, Baby Oil, Lotions, Hand Cream, Vaseline, mineral oil, vegetable oil, petroleum jelly or any other oil based product. These products will Damage latex condoms and may cause them to break, rip or tear.
Only use Waterbased Lubes such as MAXPRO lube or ID Glide.
If using condoms while your partner is using Vaginal products for medical treatment, the condoms may become weakened and their effectiveness may be reduced.
Wash hands, penis and vagina before and after sex. This will help cut the possible spread of infection.
Keep unused condoms in a cool dry place away from direct heat and sunlight.
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