Condoms are available in various types and styles, each designed to suit different preferences and needs. Below are the different types of condoms commonly found on the market.

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Latex Condoms

Latex condoms are the most widely used and readily available.
• They provide excellent protection against sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and unintended pregnancies.
• Some people may have latex allergies, so it’s important to consider alternatives if needed.

Non-Latex Condoms

• These condoms are suitable for individuals with latex allergies or sensitivities.
• They are usually made from materials like polyurethane, polyisoprene, or nitrile.
Non-latex condoms are less stretchy than latex ones, so make sure to choose the right size.

Ultra-Thin Condoms

Ultra-thin condoms are designed to provide a more natural feel during intercourse.
• They offer increased sensitivity while still providing protection against STIs and pregnancies.

Ribbed or Textured Condoms

Ribbed or textured condoms feature raised patterns or textures intended to enhance pleasure for both partners.
• The textures can add extra sensations and stimulation during intercourse.

Flavoured Condoms

Flavored condoms are typically made for oral sex and come in a variety of flavors.
• They can make oral play more enjoyable and exciting.

Delay Condoms (Desensitising Condoms)

Delay condoms or extra safe are designed to contain a numbing agent (usually benzocaine) to help prolong erection and delay ejaculation.
• They are intended to assist with premature ejaculation.

Lubricated Condoms

• Many condoms come pre-lubricated for ease of use.
• Lubricated condoms can enhance comfort and pleasure during intercourse.

Spermicide Condoms

• Spermicide condoms are coated with a spermicidal lubricant to provide extra protection against pregnancy.
• It’s important to note that spermicides can cause irritation in some individual

Snugger Fit or Large Size Condoms

Condoms come in various sizes to ensure a comfortable and secure fit.
• Snugger fit condoms are designed for a tighter fit, while large size condoms provide more room.

When choosing condoms, consider your preferences, any allergies or sensitivities you might have, and the intended use. Proper usage is crucial for effective protection against STIs and unintended pregnancies. Always follow the packaging instructions.


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