What can reduces the effectiveness of condoms?

Condoms greatly reduce the risk of unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections

But some wrong way use can weaken a condom.  Being aware of the following:

Using two condoms at the same time increases the risk of a latex condom breaking.

If you or your partner is allergic to latex, use polyurethane or natural membrane condoms.

Petroleum or oil-based lubricants should not be used with latex condoms. These oil weaken the latex and can lead to breakage.

Oil-based lubricants can be used with some synthetic condoms like polyurethane condoms. Always read lubricant labels to be sure it is safe to use with the type of condom you have chosen.

Some medications intended for vaginal use (like yeast infection treatments) can weaken latex condoms. Treatments that contain estrogen are especially damaging to latex condoms.

Please use condoms right, it will greatly protect you and your partner.

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