Durex Thin Feels Condoms
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- Effective protection against pregnancy
- Protects against STI's
- Thin feel for more sensation
- Genuine products
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What are Durex Thin Feel condoms?
Durex Thin Feel, as the name suggests, are thinner latex condoms that allow couples to feel closer and more connected during sex, while still being safe.
They provide greater sensitivity because of the thickness, and are shaped with comfort and proper fit in mind. While a lot of people may say that condoms decrease sensation, Durex Thin Feels are as close to skin-on-skin contact as possible.
With both protection and pleasure in mind, these condoms are over 99% effective in protecting against pregnancy, HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (when used properly).
How do Durex Thin Feel compare to other condoms?
Durex Thin Feel are a standard size at 195mm long and 56mm wide, however the latex that they are made of is much thinner. This allows for more sensitivity than standard condoms. They have an easy-on shape for a better and comfortable fit.
Although they are thinner, Durex Thin Feel have been electronically tested and have been proven not to break easily, meaning that you can have peace of mind about their protection.
How do I use condoms?
Always read the instruction leaflet enclosed, especially when using condoms for anal or oral sex. To put the condom on, start by tearing open the foil packet and making sure that you have it the right way up (it should look like a little hat with the roll of the seam on the outside).
Pinch the tip (as not doing so could get air trapped inside and could result in breakage), then place the condom on the tip of the penis. Roll it down the shaft until it’s all the way on and then you’re good to go.
After having sex, hold the condom at the base so that it doesn’t come off as you pull out of your partner. Roll it off (taking care not to do this too quickly) and then dispose of the condom in a bin. Do not flush them down the toilet.
You should use a new condom every time you have sex, including if you are using them on sex toys.
Warnings and precautions
Before using condoms, make sure that they are in date. Because of the material they are made of, they do expire so it’s important to check this beforehand. You should also take care to make sure they are not damaged or torn in any way as this could decrease their effectiveness at protecting against pregnancy and STI’s.
Be aware that some people are allergic to latex and so if you or your partner experience this then discontinue use straight away and explore other non-latex options.
You can use lubricants with condoms and most Durex ones are safe to use together, however you should always check beforehand as some lubricants can damage the latex.
If you are having sex underwater or in the shower then be sure to put the condom on before you get in. Keep in mind that some oils, perfumes and other bath products can damage the latex so you may not be completely protected if you are using any of these.
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Are condoms hard to keep on because it's difficult to maintain an erection? If that's the case then you should consider using an ED drug such as Viagra. As men age, it can become more difficult to achieve and maintain an erection long enough to have sex. If you have this problem, consult your doctor about getting a prescription for Viagra or Cialis. Both medications can help you get erect and stay that way long enough to have sex. If you don't have a prescription, our online doctor's service may be able to help you with these or other ED medications.