How to use
Carefully tear along the side of the package and handle carefully during removal from the package as it can be damaged by fingernails, jewellery etc. Squeeze the closed end of the Condom slightly to release the air and to avoid the formation of an air pocket.
Unroll the condom all the way down the penis as soon as it gets erect. This should be done before penetration, as this will help in prevention of unplanned pregnancy or any kind of sexually transmitted infection.
Immediately after ejaculation and before losing erection, slowly withdraw the penis, holding the rim of the condom against the penis to prevent it from sliding off as it is withdrawn.
Some condoms help in increasing the sexual time as it contains Benzocaine oil which is present in the tip of the condom.
- Stop & check if you feel the condom slipping off or tightening excessively onto the penis because this might lead to breakage.
- Consult a doctor or a pharmacist about the compatibility of topical medicines that might come in contact with the condom.
- Seek medical assistance as soon as possible, at least within 72 hours of a condom leak or burst during use.
- If the individual package is damaged then discard that condom & use a new one from an undamaged package.
- After use, wrap the condom in a tissue and place it in a bin.
- Avoid the use of oil-based lubricants such as petroleum jelly, baby oil, body lotions, massage oils, butter, margarine, etc., as these are deleterious to integrity of the condom.
- If reused there might be an increased risk of failure or infection.
- Do not flush it down the toilet.
NOTE: No condom provides 100% protection, but when properly used, condoms aid in prevention of pregnancy and can also aid in reducing the risk of spreading sexually transmitted diseases (STD). Condoms made up of natural rubber latex, which might cause allergic reactions including anaphylactic shock if the user is allergic to latex.