Manforce Wild Chocolate Box Of 20 Condoms
Manforce Wild Chocolate, also known as a 3-in-1 condom contains 384 dots, 5 ribs and 1 contour. Dots and ribs are meant to enhance female pleasure. Contour helps to maintain the proper fitting of the condom on the penis.
Texture: It has a ribbed-contour-dotted structure.
Relish the ultimate pleasure of your most intimate moment as you get the Chocolate Flavour Condoms from the house of Manforce. Manufactured using revolutionary technology, these condoms are easy to wear and provide the perfect fit. These lubricated condoms are electronically tested for more pleasure and maximum protection.
- Manforce condoms reduce the chance of unintended/unwanted pregnancy up to 99.99%.
- Condoms reduce the risk of sexually transmitted diseases like HIV and AIDS.
- It is manufactured to promote safe sex.
- The added sensual flavour of chocolate adds to the intense pleasure while lovemaking. Historically chocolate has been reported to exert several effects on human sexuality, mainly acting as an effective aphrodisiac, increasing sexual desire and improving sexual pleasure.
How to Use
- Squeeze the closed end of the condom slightly to release the air and to avoid the formation of an air pocket.
- Pull the condom over the head of the penis as soon as it is erect and before intimate contact.
- Immediately after ejaculation and before losing an erection, slowly withdraw the penis, holding the rim of the condom against the penis to prevent it's sliding off.
- Do not allow the condom or penis to touch the vagina after withdrawal.
- Always use a new condom each time intercourse is repeated.
- Keep it away from children.
- Dispose of used condoms carefully after use.
- Store it in a cool and dry place away from sunlight.
Q1. Can condoms protect from sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), including HIV?
Ans: Yes, whether you use latex male condoms or female condoms, they are both very effective in preventing HIV and many other STDs when used the right way every time. Condoms may prevent the spread of other STDs, like the Human Papillomavirus (HPV, genital or venereal warts) or genital herpes only when the condom covers the infected areas or sores. To find out if you might have STD, visit your doctor or clinic as soon as you can.
Q2. How can I prevent HIV transmission and STDs during oral sex?
Ans: Although oral sex presents less of a risk for HIV and some STDs than vaginal or anal sex, the risk still exists. Herpes is commonly passed between the genitals and the mouth and you can get a bacterial infection in your mouth or throat from an STD. The risk of HIV transmission through oral sex is low, but people have been infected this way. Oral sex can be made safer by using a latex barrier. For oral sex performed on a man, a non-lubricated condom is recommended. For oral sex performed on a woman, a dental dam (a thin square of latex), a non-lubricated condom that is cut open or a plastic wrap can be used to cover the vagina. Oral-anal sex (rimming) is a high-risk activity that may be made safer by using a dental dam.