What are Durex Extended Pleasure Condoms?
Durex Extended Pleasure Condoms are protection that can help you to keep going and enjoy every moment. The Performa lube in these condom helps to delay climax, perfect for those who want to get more out of their stamina and enhance their love making all in one.
Why are Durex Extended Pleasure Condoms right for me?
Durex Extended Pleasure Condoms are perfect for those who want to make their alone time with partner last as long as possible. Their easy-on shape means you’ll stay comfortable from the word go, giving you less distractions while making sex last longer, so you can enjoy every sensual moment with your partner.
Can I use lube with these condoms?
Durex Enhanced Pleasure condoms come pre-lubricated on the inside with Durex’s Performa lube. However, you can feel free to use any Durex lubes with these condoms to make sex more sensual and comfortable. If you want to use any other lube with these condoms, please read the information that comes with your lube to make sure it’s safe to use with latex condoms before use.
Can I use these condoms for different kinds of sex?
These condoms are designed to be used for vaginal sex, but if you’re planning on using them for oral or anal sex you should read the information leaflet carefully before use. The lube included in these products contains a mild numbing agent which may affect things such as oral sex.
Will these condoms fit me?
Durex Extended Pleasure Condoms have a nominal width of 56mm, making them ideal for those who find regular condoms a little too snug. They measure 195mm when rolled out fully, which means they’ll fit most men comfortably.
Why should I use condoms?
You should use condoms whenever you want to have unplanned sex and protect from pregnancy and STIs. Condoms are an effective form of contraception, and are the only contraception that can offer protection from STIs like gonorrhoea, chlamydia, and HIV.
How effective are condoms?
No condoms are 100% effective at preventing pregnancy or STIs on their own. However, they are 98% effective at preventing unwanted pregnancy, meaning that only 2 out of 100 women who use condoms as their only method of contraception will fall pregnant. If you use another method of contraception as well as condoms, such as the pill, you only increase your protection and reduce your chances of falling pregnant further.
When should these condoms not be used?
Do not use Durex Extended Pleasure Condoms if you are allergic to latex or benzocaine. If you experience any irritation while using this product, stop use. If irritation persists speak to your doctor or pharmacist. Do not use if you or your partner have inflamed or broken skin. Do not use this product if the expiry date printed on the original packaging has passed. Keep out of reach of children. Use each condom only once.
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What Kind of Condom is Best for Me?
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Well, that is a thing of the past my contraceptive conscious friends, because today we’re going to take a look at all of the different kinds of condoms and when it’s best to use them.
Everything You Need to Know About Condoms
Condoms are one of the most important things to consider if you’re planning on having sex with that special someone, but what do you know about condoms really?
If you’ve ever stopped to think about your little rubber friends and realised that you’ve got more questions than answers then you’re in the right place.
We’ve answered some of the most frequently asked questions about condoms, so you can get your answers and get back to having some fun.
What Size Condom Is Right For Me?
Many men struggle to find a condom that’s the right size for their penis and wind up wearing condoms that are either too large or too small.
If you want to have the best possible time when you get down and make love, you’ll need a condom that fits you properly. Today we’re going to take a look at condom sizes and which one is the best fit for you.
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