Kamasutra Contoured Condoms are specially designed for the snug fit. It has a contoured design which is ideal for men who have a larger glans head penis.
How to use Kamasutra Contoured Condoms
Using a Condom:
Start off by tearing open the wrapper. Pull back the foreskin if your partner is not circumcised. Leave about half an inch of space at the top and pinch the condom. Now place it near the glans of the penis and start to roll it on to it with the roll lying on the outside of the penis. Unroll all the way to the base of the penis taking care that no air bubbles are formed. If your condom supports lubricants, then you can apply some on it after you put on the condom.
Taking it off
Hold on the base as you pull of the condom to prevent the semen from leaking out. Check the condom for breakages or damage and dispose it off in the garbage.
Drug Class and Mechanism
Kamasutra Contoured Condoms are specially designed for people who have a slimmer penis than normal and have problems with the condom slipping off. The contoured design allows for a snug fit and is perfect for people who love a tight fitting condom.
Condoms are extremely effective in preventing the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases (HIV) and also in preventing an unwanted pregnancy.
So always remember to use a condom if the above mentioned factors concern you.
Store Kamasutra Contoured Condoms between 59 to 77 degrees F (15 and 25 Degrees), at room temperature. Ensure that you protect it from direct exposure to heat/moisture/light and from the reach of children and pets.
Always check the expiry date of the condom and never use it after that date. If the expiry date is not mentioned, then look for the manufacturing date (MFG date) and do not use it if its 5 years post the date of manufacture.
If the Condom Breaks
If your partner has ejaculated and the breakage is discovered, then quickly insert two applications of spermicide into the vagina as soon as you notice it. Now both partners should wash the area with soap and warm water to remove any semen that may have leaked out.
Please keep in mind though that this is not an effective way to prevent a pregnancy. And it is ineffective in preventing sexually transmitted diseases.
You must contact your health care provider immediately to discuss your problem and conduct STD tests, pregnancy tests and other options.
On the contrary, if your partner has not ejaculated and the breakage is discovered, then he must quickly remove the condom and put on a new one.