Durex Extra Safe 6 Condoms
Durex Extra Safe 6 Condoms
Over 90 Years of Real Sex It's Been a Long-Term Thing. We stand for real, feel-good, satisfying sex. And that's why for over 90 years we've been trusted by millions of people everywhere, every day (and night). They've made us the world's number one condom brand. So however, you want your sex today - be ready with the right protection. World's No. 1 Condom Brand To help you get it on right first time, the Durex logo on the foil shows you the bottom of the condom.
Before You Get Started
Only use lubricants recommended for use with condoms. For anal sex use additional lubrication (do not use Durex Tingling or Embrace) on the outside of the condom.
Before You Get Going
Before you use this condom, check the expiry date on the condom wrapper. If the individual container is obviously damaged, throw that one away and use a new one from an undamaged package. Put a condom on before the penis touches the other person. This helps to prevent pregnancy and the possibility of catching sexually transmitted infections.
How to Use Your Condom 1. Tear the wrapper open from the serrated edge. Be careful with the condom, it could get damaged by fingernails or sharp objects. 2. With the roll outside, squeeze the teat and place the condom on the tip of the erect penis. 3. Roll down to the base. Stop and check if you feel the condom slipping off or too tight on the penis because this might lead to breakage. You should take the condom off soon after ejaculation. Hold the condom firmly at the base of the penis before pulling out. 4. Throw into a bin. Don't flush down the toilet.
Remember no method of contraception works 100% against pregnancy, HIV or sexually transmitted infections. Keep out of reach of children. JUST A FEW WARNINGS This condom is made of natural rubber latex, which might cause allergic reactions including anaphylactic shock if the user is allergic to latex. STOP USE: If you feel discomfort or irritation while using condoms. Only use a condom once. Reuse may increase risk of failure or infection. If you use the condom for oral sex first, you should use a new condom for any other type of sex that follows. Only use lubricants recommended for use with condoms. Oil-based ones (petroleum jelly, baby oil and some pessaries) and some topical medicines that go on the penis or vagina can damage condoms. For anal sex use additional lubrication (do not use Durex Tingling or Embrace) on the outside of the condom. WHEN TO SEEK ADVICES peak to your doctor or pharmacist if you are unsure if you are allergic to latex or if irritation or discomfort persists after use or you are applying topical medicines to your penis or vagina. If a condom leaks or bursts during sex consult a pharmacist or doctor as soon as possible and within 72 hours.