CONDOMS

Condoms, male and female

Condoms, male and female

    • Pick up a pack of 10 condoms at any of our clinic locations any time we are open!
    • When used consistently and correctly, male condoms are very effective STD protection. A new condom must be used each time.
    • A female condom is a pouch that a woman inserts into her vagina. They are latex-free, and a new one must be used each time. When used consistently and correctly, female condoms are very effective at preventing STDs.
  • Types of condoms:
  • Spermicide – Contain sperm-killing lube. Good for vaginal intercourse, but not recommended for oral or anal sex.
  • Spermicide-Free – Some folks are allergic to spermicides. These have none.
  • Latex – Latex is strong and very common. DON’T use them with oil-based lube or risk breakage or slipping.
  • Non-Latex – Some folks are allergic to latex or they prefer to use oil-based lube. These are good for these folks, especially! Polyurethane type are even stronger than latex.

Check out the CDC’s ‘Know Your Condom DO’s and DON’Ts Infographic

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