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Sep 13, 2023

[Answer] 8. Which of the following do you NOT need to check before using a condom with your partner?

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...1. That the seal has not been punctured and it has not expired 2. That the condom has special colors or textural features 3. That the condom won't be deteriorated by the lubrication I am am using 4. That it is not made of a material that I, or my partner, are allergic to If you or your partner are allergic to latex you need to seek condoms made of an alternate material like polyurethane. All condoms come with an expiration date stamped on the wrapper and you should always check to make sure. Condoms can deteriorate if they are kept in locations with extreme temperature or exposure to light, so keeping a condom in your wallet for long periods of time until you are ready to use it is not a wise decision to make. Condom wrappers must be properly sealed in order to ensure their effectiveness. If you press center of the wrapper in between your fingers you should feel a slight pressure signifying that there is air in the package. If you feel the slight air pressure, the condom has not been punctured. And finally, as most condoms are made of latex, it is important that the lubrication you use, if you use one, be water or silicone based rather than oil-based. Oil breaks down latex, so if you are determined to use oil based lubricants (i.e. Vaseline, mineral oil, lotion, vegetable oil, Boy Butter), use a polyurethane (plastic) condom. There are so many choices for male condoms that everyone can find one that suits them, so don't ever let anyone tell you that nothing works for them.




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That the condom has special colors or textural features:


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