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Durex Premium Latex Condoms, Lubricated - 3ea
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Durex Premium Latex Condoms, Lubricated - 3ea


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Durex Extra Sensitive Condoms are super thin for exceptional sensitivity. Approximately 20% thinner than standard condoms while providing the protection you need. Fitted shape for easy-on and great feel. Low latex scent. Each condom is electronically tested for reliability. If used properly, Durex latex condoms will help reduce the risk of unwanted pregnancies and catching or spreading HIV infection (AIDS) and many other sexually transmitted diseases. No method of contraception can provide 100% protection against pregnancy or HIV (AIDS) and STDs. Non-vaginal use of condoms can increase the potential of them slipping or being damaged; please consult your physician for advice. During intimate contact, lesions and various body fluids can transmit STDs. Therefore, use a new condom before any such contact occurs.

PURPOSE: Condoms

Manufacturer: DUREX CONSUM
Upc: 30234012900
For maximum benefit carefully follow the instructions inside this package.

Do not use oil-based lubricants, such as petroleum jelly, vegetable/mineral oils or cold cream, as these may damage the latex condom. This product contains natural rubber latex which may cause allergic reactions. If you are allergic to natural rubber latex products, consult your physician for advice before use. You may use Durex Avanti non-latex condoms.

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