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Full Guide: How to Buy Safe and Strong Condoms

Practicing safe sex makes for a more pleasurable experience. You have peace of mind knowing that you are protected from any unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases/infections. And while most condoms guarantee you this, if you know you might be susceptible to contacting STD/STIs during sex, it is prudent to be more careful and use safe and strong condoms.

Safe and strong condoms are solely focused to your protection. They are made from thicker non-porous materials like latex and polyurethane to make sure no semen, bacterial or virus can get through. If used property, they offer greater security than normal standard condoms. If you plan to play rough, practice sex with multiple partners or make love with a HIV- positive partner, consider using safe and strong condoms.

Most sexually transmitted diseases like gonorrhoea, syphilis, HIV among others are spread through skin-to-skin contact and bodily fluids. Whether you like enjoying vaginal, oral or anal sex, it’s important that you practice safe sex.

Here are a few factors you need to consider when purchasing safe and strong condoms.

Choosing Safe and Strong Condoms

Pay Attention to the Materials

For total protection against unwanted pregnancies and STDs, always choose non-porous, strong and stretchy materials. Latex, polyurethane and polyisoprene are non-porous hence, best at protecting you against unwanted pregnancy and STD/STIs. Some people may develop latex allergies which cause increases your vulnerability. If you notice an itchy irritation after wearing a latex condom, switch to polyurethane and polyisoprene as they are latex-free thus, safer. Do not use lambskin and novelty condoms, the natural materials used are highly porous. They DO NOT protect you against STDs.

Pay Extra Attention to Size

Safe and strong condoms come in various sizes from small, regular and large. Make sure you get a condom that fits your right. When it is too small, you risk overstretching which will cause breakage. When it’s too loose, it will fall off during sex. You certainly don’t want either of this two scenarios happening because they put you at great risk of contracting unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases.

Pay Attention to Thickness

Safe and Strong condoms are made thicker than standard condoms. This provides an extra layer of protection for both you and your partner. Most brands will also label them as Intense, Extra-safe or Extended Pleasure. Browse through the Peaches and Screams Bedroom Essential and choose Safe and Strong condoms from your favourite brands. Pay attention to the package to make sure your choice is FDA-Approved.

Consider the Lubrication

Most safe and strong condoms will come lubricated. This is to reduce friction and prevent breakage during penetration. Be careful about the type of lubricant used, some lubricants may contain ingredients and additives such as gryceline, a sugary component that can increase the risk of yeast infections. Some people may also have lubricant allergies that cause irritation and increase the level of your vulnerability. If you have a lube allergy, consider buying non-lubricated safe and strong condoms and use your own lubricants. Check the user manual to know which lubricants are compatible with your material. Avoid using oil-based lubricants as they might weaken the surface of the condom causing it to break. Something you certainly don’t want happening.

Consider Spermicide for Extra Pregnancy Protection

An unwanted pregnancy will not only ruin your sex life, it is life altering. While some accidental pregnancies can bring the most joy in a relationship, sometimes it can be painfully life changing for the mother. You might end up having to raise an unplanned child, give up the child for adoption or consider an abortion. To prevent the possibility of this happening, take extra caution and consider using a safe and strong condom coated with spermicide. Spermicide is a lubricant designed to kill sperms once they are realised hence, preventing pregnancy. However, spermicide should not be used too regularly as it tends to cause vaginal inflammation causing sores that can cause HIV and other STIs to spread more easily. They can also kill cervical cells making the woman more prone to infections. Plan to have another birth control method in place and only used spermicide condoms as an extra precaution on days when you are more susceptible.

How to use a Safe and Strong Condom Safely

While the play maybe hot and steamy, always roll on a condom before touching your partners genitals or mouth. This includes the upper thigh, lips, clitoris, vagina, buttocks and anus. Most sexually transmitted diseases and infections are transferred through body fluids and skin-to-skin contact. Even the slightest of pre-cum can contain STD germs. Make sure to wear the condom all the way during penetration.

  1. Before opening the wrap, confirm the expirations date. Using an expired condom puts you at risk.
  2. Unwrap carefully using your hands. Scissors or teeth may rib the condom.
  3. Unroll slightly so that the rim faces outside. Pinch the tip and place on the penis head. Leaving a free area at the top, gently unroll towards the base. If you are uncircumcised, pull back the foreskin before insertion. You can also put a drop of lube inside for more comfort. Too much dryness can increase friction during sex.
  4. Have fun.
  5. After you climax, hold the rim and pull out of your partner. Be careful not to slip the semen when removing. Dispose in the garbage bin.

In case the condom breaks or you accidently spill semen on your partner. Be sure to let them know. Emergency contraceptive pills taken on time can still prevent unwanted pregnancies. And sexually transmitted infections mitigated on time will save both your health.

Peaches and Screams advocated for safe sex. Enjoy sex in a safe and protected way with safe and strong condoms. Visit Peaches and Screams and order safe and strong condoms for your pleasure. Wearing safe and strong condoms will keep you safe and protected. You don’t have to deny yourself the pleasure of good sex; you only need by extra careful on how you practice your erotic adventures. Peaches and Screams offer a discrete billing, packaging and shipping service to protect your privacy.

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