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We carefully listened and incorporated lots of feedback and suggestions from different people and have now gone one step further. We have greatly improved the fit of our condoms and were also able to reduce the thickness to 0.05 mm. With MISTER SIZE, there is only a very thin layer of latex between you during sex. A layer that no longer separates you, but instead unites you with the feeling of safety and the most beautiful thing in the world. Enjoy these benefits!
No, almost no contraceptive is 100% safe. The safety of contraceptive methods is calculated according to the Pearl Index. Condoms have a Pearl Index of 2-12, which means that out of 100 women who use condoms for a year, 2 to 12 will become pregnant. Compared to other contraceptives, the condom scores rather poorly. In most cases, this is due to application errors. You can find out more about correct use here. However, when it comes to protection against STIs such as HIV, syphilis, gonorrhoea, hepatitis B and hepatitis C, a condom offers a high level of protection.
Condoms are usually made of rubber-like materials, the vast majority of which are made of latex. They are used during sex to protect against unwanted pregnancies and STIs and are pulled over the erect penis before sexual intercourse. Apart from sterilisation, the condom is the only means of contraception for men.
Condoms per se have no side effects. However, if you have a latex allergy, they can trigger an allergic reaction. About 2 % of people suffer from a latex allergy. Therefore, there are also latex-free condoms.