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This research report on the condom market covers market sizing and forecast, market share, industry trends, growth drivers, and vendor analysis.
"We are thrilled to announce the launch of our newest and thinnest condom in the Life-Styles portfolio, Ultra-Sensitive Platinum," says Jeyan Heper, chief executive officer of Life-Styles.
A condom is a contraceptive method that can be used during sexual intercourse to reduce the probability of pregnancy and STI.
In its frequently asked questions section, Durex said the condoms did not meet ISO standards on ageing.
""This will most likely lead to more infections worldwide-but thankfully, International Condom Day is a way to reinvigorate the message that condoms are a fun and a fashionable way to protect oneself and one's partner while reinforcing the tenet that condoms should be available for free to anyone who needs them," Ford said.The AHF planned to unveil its 2018 International Condom Day song, "A Condom is always in Fashion.
According to a report by Korea Biomedical Review, the 110,000 condoms would be distributed among 2,925 athletes, which means about 37 condoms for each athlete.
Research cites a number of barriers to condom use among college students including knowing their partners sexual history, embarrassment negotiating condom use, the belief that condoms reduce sexual pleasure, perception that condom use would make their partner angry, and that condom use would require a partner's cooperation.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said unregistered condoms and those with expired certificates of product registration (CPRs) might not work as intended.
The Global Condom Market is going to witness a dramatic shift in the sales of both male and female condoms.
Feeling excited about trying a female condom? Great!
Understanding barriers to female condom use in long-term relationships is essential to improving reproductive health outcomes.
In view of research that indicates that 32% of sexually active 15-24 year old Canadians did not use a condom the last time they had sex (Rotermann, 2012), high rates of STIs are not surprising.