Condom Source Frequently Asked Questions
We've been asked many questions about Condoms. So many in
fact that we actually have a Top 10 list of condom related questions.
- What are condoms made of?
- How long do condoms last?
- Can a minor buy a condom?
- Do they make a condom for a female?
- Who makes the most condoms?
- Can you use a condom twice in one night?
- Can I use a lube with a condom?
- Is there a condom for people with latex allergies?
- Is there a condom for larger men?
- Does using a condom cut down on the pleasure?
What are condoms made of? Condoms are generally
made of Latex, which is a derivative of tropical rubber trees. Some
condoms are made of polyurethane as well.
How long do condoms last? Condoms have a
shelf life just like any other product. Look on the package for
the must be used by date.
Can a minor buy a condom? Yes, anyone with
the money needed to purchase a condom may do so at any age.
Do they make a condom for a female? There
is a condom made for a female called the FC
Female Condom and is worn by the female instead of the traditional
Who makes the most condoms? Durex
Company currently is the world's largest producer of condoms
with an estimated 26% market share.
Can you use a condom twice in one night? The
answer to this is plain and simple, NO! If you are having sex more
than once a night you must use a fresh condom each time.
Can I use a lube with a condom? It all depends
on the condom. As most condoms are latex or rubber based using an
oil as a lubricant will damage the condom. Most condoms require
the use of a water based lubricant. Please consult the manufacturers
specifications on the box of condoms for more information.
Is there a condom for people with latex allergies?
Yes, there are condoms made exclusively of polyurethane on the
market for those people with a latex
Is there a condom for larger men? Currently
there is a condom worn by all the XXX movie stars made for larger
men. These condoms not only fit better but also protect against
Does using a condom cut down on the pleasure?
This used to be true with old fashioned condoms or the rubbers
of yesterday. Today's condoms not only provide better protection
but enhance the feeling shared between partners.