Video: ❶ What You Need To Know About Condoms
Condoms are one of the most common methods of contraception. Their advantage lies in the fact that no other remedy is able to protect against sexually transmitted diseases. In addition, when using condoms, the safety of sexual intercourse is controlled by both partners (as opposed to, for example, contraceptive pills, when everything depends only on the woman), which is also their advantage. Location: Location:
The range of these products is unusually wide today, and when choosing the contraceptive that is optimal for you, you should pay attention to some details.
First, buy condoms only from pharmacies. This will give you much more assurance that you have bought a quality product than purchasing it from supermarkets or street stalls.
Second, pay attention to the country of origin of the condoms. Moreover, it is better to look not at the inscription on the box, but at the barcode. The first three digits are the country code where the product was manufactured. Code 899 says condoms were made in Indonesia and 890 in India. European contraceptives also bear an additional CE mark, which guarantees the quality of the products. Do not buy condoms made in Asian countries or if the country is not listed on the box at all.
Thirdly, on the foil of each condom there must be a batch number, and if they are single-piece without a box, then the country of origin.
Fourth, lubricated condoms can cause allergic reactions in some women. In addition, if a woman releases enough natural lubricant during intercourse, such condoms will slip.
Fifth, in the question of which condoms with which aroma, color and relief to choose, you need to be guided only by your personal preferences. But it's worth noting that survey results have shown that most women prefer regular thin, smooth condoms, as some odors can be annoying, not to mention the pimples or ribs designed to add extra stimulation to the female genitals.
Some people question whether it is worth using a condom for oral sex. Most doctors advise you to still wear a contraceptive, as it can save you from many diseases, such as herpes and papilloma.
To be sure that the condom will protect you and your partner from unwanted consequences, make sure that its expiration date does not expire, read the instructions before use, choose the correct size, carefully open the foil and do not use those condoms that have been lying for a long time in your pocket and have a wrinkled and worn look.