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Condometric’s special design offers a perfect fit for more satisfying intercourse.

Condometric is a top quality, thin, smooth, fitted, ribbed, transparent, lubricated natural rubber latex condom with a reservoir tip. Nominal width: 54 mm.

Single-use product. Condometric condoms provide effective contraception and protect against sexually transmitted diseases (STD’s).

Store condoms in a cool dry place, away from direct sunlight.

Use, storage and disposal
In order to prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases (STD’s), put the condom on while the penis is erect before having sexual contact.

Check the condom’s expiration date. If it’s expired or if the package is damaged, the condom should not be used.

Open the easy-open seal (if applicable) and take the condom out carefully to avoid damaging it with the wrapper, fingernails, rings, sharp objects, etc.

If you have any wounds or cuts on your hands, avoid spreading infections by not allowing the condom to come into contact with them.

Use the condom immediately after opening the wrapper.

Once the condom is out of the wrapper, squeeze the air out of the reservoir on the closed end. Put the condom on the tip of an erect penis, leaving some space for the reservoir to hold the semen. Carefully unroll it until you have completely covered the penis.

After ejaculating, while holding the condom firmly in place by the base in order to avoid spilling out the semen, slowly pull out the penis before the erection is completely lost.

Remove and dispose of the condom in a safe and hygienic manner. Throw it out in the garbage, never flush it down the toilet.
Use a new condom for every sexual act you engage in or if you change partners during a single act.
Do not use condoms that are brittle, sticky or visibly damaged.
If you are using condoms to prevent pregnancy, it is advisable to consult with a doctor or medical center within 72 hours in case of breakage or slippage.

For additional lubrication use only water-based lubricants such as glycerin (should additional lubrication be necessary). Do not use oil-based lubricants such as Vaseline, baby-oil, body lotion, massage oil, butter, margarine, etc., these products may damage the condom.
Consult with a doctor or pharmacist about any possible interactions between condoms and topical products applied to the penis or the vagina.
Do not use if you are allergic to latex.
Condoms are more likely to break when used during anal sex. Use a thicker condom for this.
If you are using condoms to prevent pregnancy, it is advisable to consult with a doctor or medical center within 72 hours in case of breakage or slippage.

Although it does not completely eliminate these risks, correct use of condoms may help prevent unwanted pregnancy and STD’s such as syphilis, gonorrhea, Chlamydia infections, genital herpes, hepatitis B or AIDS.

Contact with hair stubble or piercing will increase the risk of condom breakage. Take extra precautions.

Condometric’s safety is guaranteed through rigorous quality control checks, including individual electronic testing.  All this technology will help you can keep your mind on the right track.


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