Why are all condoms made in Thailand?
By encouraging condom and tire production, Thailand could take advantage of its cheap labor and reap the added value of processing finished products at home, thereby diminishing the impact of a fall in world rubber prices. Another factor in the growth of Thailand’s condom industry has been domestic demand.
Are condoms made in Thailand?
The Thailand plant continues to manufacture condoms; however, every single shipment must be tested before it is released for import into the United States, says Carrozza.
Which condoms are better and safe?
Latex condoms are the most widely available and are not expensive – so are the first choice for many couples. Latex is very reliable at preventing pregnancy and STIs.
Can condoms cause problems?
Condoms are a very effective (and inexpensive) form of birth control and STD prevention. But if you use a condom incorrectly, it could result in a number of problems: An unwanted pregnancy, a sexually transmitted disease — even erectile dysfunction.
Why do condoms break?
Condoms can sometimes rip or tear, but using and storing them properly can help reduce this risk. Heat, sun, oils, and chemicals all can weaken condoms, making them more susceptible to breakage. Keep condoms away from heat and light, which can dry them out.
Do thinner condoms break easier?
As the makers of America’s thinnest condom, we repeatedly get asked the same question: “Are thinner condoms more likely to break?” Simply put, no, they’re not. They’re as strong, durable and safe as the thickest condoms on the market.