If used correctly, they are 97% effective. The good thing about the spermicidal condoms are if the condom leaks or breaks, your chances of getting pregnant are still somewhat slim because the spermicide may kill the sperm that 'got away'. Also, condoms are the only protection one gets against STDs. The thing is, when used often, spermicide is harmful to the vagina.
Spermicidal condoms kill sperm.
Because a lubricant (makes things slippery) so a condom may be lubricated but not kill sperm (spermicide) BUT all spermicidal condoms are also lubricated.
Trojan brand condoms are the most reliable. Use their spermicidal lubricant types for increased protection.
Well latex condoms are good to prevent pregnancy for the most part but as opposed to latex or polyurethane condoms or animal skin condoms are all good but I recommend spermicidal lubricated condoms.
Spermicidal lubricant is, I believe, usually on the inside of condoms.
Trojan Makes a couple spermicidal condoms, ribbed and non ribbed
You have lubrication on all condoms. Some say spermicidal and some say non spermicidal. If it is spermicidal this means that the sperm is killed inside the condom. And No spermicidal means it doesnt kill the sperm.
Not necessarily. Some lubricated condoms have no spermicide included.
spermidical lubricated condoms kill active sprem
Trojan makes a couple spermicidal condoms
I don't know which one is the best but their are popular and trustworthy condom brands out there. Trojan and Durex are two reliable and popular condoms. Use your best judgement, read reviews to find which one is best for you. Spermicidal lubricated condoms might provide a little back up that will kill some extra sperm.
the ones that don't say they are spermicidal.
The most recommended condoms, or the safest condoms to use, are Trojan-Enz Spermicidal Condoms. It should be a blue box.
no. read the package
Yes they do, in fact spermicides used together with latex condoms are quite effective.
Our health center has been looking for non-lubricated condoms, and has been unable to locate a supplier.
yes they are the best.
Condoms, IUDs, spermicidal sprays, celibacy, pills.
No. Only the ones that say Spermicidal Lubricant.
some do some don't. read the box
Hello, I am slightly confused about you using two condoms during intercourse. If you mean your partner was wearing two condoms, one spermicidal and one not spermicidal and the non-spermicidal condom broke, then this is nothing to worry about because your boyfriend was already wearing a second condom which will protect sperm from entering your Vagina.
It will say on the packaging if the condom is spermicidal or it will state on the leaflet.
Male condoms may be purchased lubricated, ribbed, or treated with spermicide (a chemical that kills sperm).
In the US, spermicidal foam is available without a prescription. It is not a very effective contraceptive on its own, but is effective when used with condoms or other forms of contraception.
Spermicidal condoms run between $6.00 - $10.00 for a 12 pack. It all depends on where you purchase them... I think Walmart has them at the best price... Walmarts are everywhere aren't they? :-)