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- Once packaged, condoms are typically good for about five years as long as they are stored in the proper environment.
- Make sure you check the expiration date on the condom package.
- If there isn’t an air bubble in the condom package, chances are there is a hole and the condom inside is more likely to break.
- There are non-lubricated and flavored condoms specifically designed for oral sex.
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- If you’re using a latex condom, avoid oil-based lubricants because they increase the likelihood of the condom breaking.
- Oil-based lubricants include petroleum, baby oil, vaseline, and massage oil.
- Water-based lubricants are easy to clean up but need to be reapplied because they don’t last very long.
- Silicon-based lubricants are longer lasting but may stain sheets and clothes.