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Instructions for use condom

  1. Carefully tear off foil pack, making sure not to damage the condom.
  2. During removal from foil, avoid damage to the condom by fingernails, jewelry and etc.
  3. Squeeze the reservoir end of the condom gently, between the thumb and the

forefinger to expel the air out of the tip, while placing the condom over the head

of the erect penis.

This must be done before any contact occurs between the penis and the partner’s

body to assist in the prevention of sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy.

  1. While still holding the reservoir tip, unroll the condom over the entire length of the

erect penis with the other hand.

  1. Stop and check if the condom slipping off or tightening excessively onto the penis

as this might lead to breakage.

  1. After ejaculation, hold on the rim of the condom and slowly withdraw the penis

while it is still erect so that the condom does not slip off.

  1. Remove the condom from your penis by sliding it off slowly. It is important not to

permit the penis. Or used condom to touch the vagina area after withdrawal.

  1. Wrap the used condom and dispose it hygienically in closed rubbish bin.
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Many customers may asking questions like, “what is the best condom” or “what is the best condom brand to use” or even “what are the best condoms for couples? … Choosing the Best condom with so many different types, styles and brands of condoms can be tough. We decided to write this in the hopes of explaining what you need to know to choose the best condom for you and your partner. After all, condoms are kind of like shoes or hats, they fit everyone different. So if you have ever asked the question “how do I choose a condom?”, we need tell you the available one is the best for you. There are so many types condom in the drug store shelf, each new type design for special use, which only best for one portion of market, only the classic one available for all use based on their basic function of protect pregnancy and HIV.

Welcome contact us if you has any new idea of condom, we can custom work on your idea, maybe a new type condom created! Email: rita@mangocondom.com

 

 

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Ireland teenage pregnancies number fall by 64%-but STIs are on the rise

The Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE) programme in schools and in youth centres plays a crucial role in informing teenagers about healthy relationships and the potential consequences of early sex.

The teenage birth rate has gradually declined since the introduction of the programme. Previous research has found that those who received RSE were more likely to use contraception at first sex which suggests that RSE in schools and youth centres has made a significant contribution to the decline.

THE NUMBER OF teenage pregnancies has fallen by 64% in 15 years, new statistics have shown.

While the number of pregnancies are down, sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are on the rise among young Irish people. The study shows a 8.3% increase in STIs in teenagers in 2016 when compared to 2015 figures.

The study shows that the majority of sexually active teenagers are aware of the risk of pregnancy and use contraception to protect themselves. But condom use is much lower , which puts them at risk of STIs.

Condom is the best way to reduce STIs and wanted pregnancy. Use condom for safe sex. Contact: rita@mangocondom.com

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Do ultra thin condoms break easily?

Ultra thin condoms aren’t more likely to break than regular condoms — like all condoms you can find in a drug store or health center, they’ve been rigorously tested for quality, and wouldn’t be on the market if they were more likely to break (that would make them defective).

 

There are lots of different kinds of condoms out there, in styles like ultra thin and ribbed, and made of materials like latex, polyurethane, and polyisoprene. They all protect you from pregnancy and STDs, except for natural condoms like lambskin ones, which don’t protect so well against STDs.

 

Condoms are much less likely to break when they’re put on correctly, and used with plenty of lubrication (natural or store bought) to reduce friction. So if you’re concerned about the possibility of the condom breaking, you can prepare by learning how to put on a condom, and buying some lube like K-Y, Astroglide, and ID Glide, which you can get in most drug stores.

 

Condoms are the only method of birth control that prevents both pregnancy and STDs. If you want to protect yourself the best way you can, hormonal birth control is a really effective way to prevent pregnancy. There’s no method of birth control (besides abstinence) that offers 100% protection against pregnancy and STDs — but using two methods, like condoms and the birth control pill, can get you pretty close.

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CAN CONDOMS PROTECT YOU FROM GENITAL HERPES?

When Herpes virus affect the genital area, they called genital herpes.

The best way to avoid genital herpes are to practice abstinence or maintain a monogamous relationship with your partner.

 

If condoms can protect you from genital herpes. Yes, using condom does help you avoid genital herpes, but not completely.

Studies show that people who consistently use condoms when they have sex have a 30 percent lower risk of contracting genital herpes from their partners. Make sure to wear the condom properly and to use it from the beginning to the end of the sexual act. But condoms cover only your penis. Genital herpes lesions can develop in places that your body might touch even when you’re wearing a condom. When this happen, the virus can be transferred to you.

 

If you want to know more about condoms, contact us: rita@mangocondom.com

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Wearing condoms is something you have to do

What do condoms have in common with toothpaste and toilet paper?

Given the world we live in, wearing condoms is something you just have to do, like brushing your teeth. The stakes are too high.

We know,that for those who choose to have sex with someone who has any chance of being infected of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), using a latex condom during every sexual encounter can significantly reduce the risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases, while protecting against pregnancy.

For those who can’t or won’t use latex condoms, the Food and Drug Administration has cleared two alternative barrier methods of birth control, a male condom made of polyurethane and a condom that is worn by the woman. Both help protect against pregnancy and may provide some level of protection from STDs.

 

We are the polyurethane condom manufacturer in China. Good quality products, competitive price, professional service. Any questions about the condoms, don’t hesitate contact us. Email: rita@customcondomsfactory.com  or rita@mangocondom.com

Glow in the dark condom will be ok soon

As there are many clients inquiry of the glow in the dark condom, our company start the new condom study from 2011 Jan, after almost 3 years tests, we pleasure to announce that our company successfully has the ability to produce the glow condoms, welcome inquiry us. custom produce clients own brand is ok.

Email: sales@customcondomsfactory.com

condom manufacturer in malaysia

Malaysia is one of center of latex condom production in the world, they are famous for their latex plant, so they have enough source of latex material, which can make sure their natural latex supply, not only condom production, they also has another main latex product, which is latex gloves.

Not only Malaysia, China and Thailand also are the big production base.

Dalian Latex Co.,Ltd Condom Production Line

Polyisoprene male condom China factory

if you need non-latex condom, Polysioprene condom is your better choice.

Polyisoprene condoms are the newest condom options on market. Ideal for people who allergic to latex or polyurethane, polyisoprene condoms have a soft natural feeling that conforms to the skin similarly to latex. Right now polyisoprene condoms are sold by LifeStyles (SKYN) and Durex (Avanti Bare) brands. Our company also can custom produce polyisoprene condom under your own brand.

 

1: Thickness same as latex material, 0.06mm

2: Don’t includes protein, so it’s good for consumer who are protein or latex allergic.

3: It’s same material as Ansell’s SKYN condom.

 

Factory price at about us$0.3/unit with MOQ at 500,000 pcs. Exact price need clients offer us order details, so we can calculate exactly.

 

Welcome inquiry us by email: sales@customcondomsfactory.com

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