Spermicide condoms are not recommended for use.
Condoms with spermicide thinking that extra-protection sounds like a good idea. But the answer is wrong. Condoms with spermicide are no more effective than condoms with regular lube at preventing STDs.Condoms with spermicide are also more expensive and have a shorter shelf-life.
According to the Food and Drug Administration, condoms with the spermicide Nonoxynol-9 provide no further protection against pregancy and can increase the risk of some STIs because of irritation to sensitive genital tissue. Condoms with spermicide actually increase a woman’s risk of getting a bladder infection and can damage local defense mechanisms enough that the risk of catching an STD actually increases! Spermicide condom manufacturer. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org