When used correctly a condom is about 98 per cent effective - only about two women in every 100 would get pregnant in the course of a year. Obviously, if your condom never broke, the pregnancy rate would be lower.
Condoms are not 100 percent safe or effective. They have an average failure rate of around 12% to 14%.
When used correctly, a condom is about 98 per cent effective.
Condoms are not 100% safe, but it is much, much safer than using nothing at all!
Condoms are a safe method of birth control and help protect against STDs. Condoms...
Nothing is 100% safe except abstinence.
Latex condoms or polyurethane condoms are recommended for prevention of STDs.
The Trojan condoms tagline is "Trojan. Pleasure you want. Protection you trust."
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No, I am not finding any results for John Deere Condoms.
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