How does a delay condom work
How do extra time condoms work
These condoms typically contain a small amount of a mild anesthetic called benzocaine or lidocaine in the tip. Benzocaine is a numbing agent that can help delay ejaculation by slightly desensitizing the penis.
Here's a general idea of how they work:
1. Desensitization: The numbing agent in the condom is applied to the inside of the tip. This desensitizes the penis, reducing sensitivity to stimulation.
2. Prolonged Performance: By reducing sensitivity, these condoms aim to delay ejaculation, allowing for a longer duration of sexual activity before climax.
It's essential to note that while delay condoms can be helpful for some individuals, they may not be suitable for everyone. Some people may find that they decrease sensitivity too much, making it challenging to maintain an erection. Others may be allergic or sensitive to the ingredients in the numbing agent.
If you are considering using delay condoms, it's a good idea to discuss it with your partner and make sure both parties are comfortable with the choice. Additionally, you might want to try different brands or types to find the one that works best for you. If you have concerns or specific health conditions, it's always a good idea to consult with a healthcare professional for personalized advice.
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