A very small number of user are sensitive or allergic to latex rubber or lubricants. If you or your partner have had any reaction to latex rubber or lubricants, do not use this product. If either partner has any reaction to this product, stop use and see your doctor.
Never let a latex condom touch oil in any form - no petroleum jelly, no baby oil, no mineral oil, no vegetable oil, not even talcum powder. Oil rots rubber.
If you use condoms when you or your partner are using vaginal products for medical treatment purposes, the condoms may be weakened and their effectiveness may be reduced.
For additional lubrication, you may use personal lubricants designed for use with condoms ( like H-R Jelly) or other water-based lubricants.
Wash hands - as well as penis, vagina and surrounding areas - before and after sex. This cuts the chance of infection.
Keep unused condoms in their packs in a cool, dry place (not in a wallet).
If a new condom feels sticky or stiff or looks damaged in any way, throw it out - use a fresh one.