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How to Use.
1. Either partner can put the condom on the erect penis during foreplay. Take care to do this before the penis touches other person. This may help reduce risk of pregnancy and transmission of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) NB: check the expiry date on the condom wrapper before you use it. tear the wrapper open from the serrated edge and handle the condom carefully,as it cab be damaged by fingernails and sharp objects like jewerlly and body piercings
2. Check the roll is on the outside. if it's on the inside, the condom is indide out. squeeze the teat end of the condom so that no air is trapped inside.
3. Still squeezing the teat, place the condom on top of the penis and roll it down with your other hand.if it start to roll back up during sex, roll it back down straight away. if it comes off, stop and put a new condom on. if you can feel the fit of the condom getting tighther in use, stop and check for strecthing or it could become damaged,
4. Soon after ejaculation, withdraw the penis while it is still erect by holding the condom firmly in place at the base of the penis. then simply take the condom off, wrap it in a tissue and put it in the bin.
Please don't flush it down the toilet.
Please read the leaflet inside this pack carefully.
Use a condom only once.
Performa™ lubricant contrains benzocaine 5% to help him last longer
Nominal width: 56mm
The lubricant on Durex Mutual Climax condoms can cause a rash, irritation, buming or itching. Don't get it in your eyes, and wash it off after use. If you experience irritation, stop using Durex Mutual Climax. If there's no improvement, see your doctor. Do not use this condoms if you or your partner has inflamed or broken skin. If you or your partner experiences breathing difficulties, or get blue lips when using these condoms, stop using them immediately and call a doctor. Premature ejaculation is a common problem, which can have many causes and may require medical consultation/supervision. If these condoms don't help, it's worth checking with your doctor. Please read the leaflet inside this pack carefully. Use a condom only once. No method of contraception can give you 100% protection against pregnancy, HIV or sexually transmitted infections.