Condom Use Important Things to Remember
The male condom cannot be used in conjunction with the female condom. which is easy for breakage.
Condoms should not be used with oil-based lubricants such as petroleum jelly, Vaseline, or mineral and vegetable oil. Such lubricants damage the condom or increase breakage.
Condoms (particularly latex ones) should be protected from the heat, which can weaken them or cause breakage. Better avoid sunlight, and store in a cool dry place.
Some condoms do have a “shelf life” – after which they are too weak to use. Keep in mind which self life time is only 5 years, and we think 2 or 3 years is the best time to use.