Which Trojan Condoms Have Spermicide?

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If you’re looking for a condom that feels more natural and provides extra protection from pregnancy, consider Trojan lambskin condoms. They have the same straight wall shape as traditional Trojan condoms and a reservoir tip but also have ribs for stimulation.

They also have a special lubricant with spermicide nonoxynol-9, which adds an extra layer of pregnancy prevention. However, they don’t protect against STIs.

Ultra Ribbed Armor

Deep ribs on these Trojan condoms are designed to increase stimulation, and they’re coated in Nonoxynol-9 spermicidal lubricant for extra protection against pregnancy. This extra layer of protection also helps reduce the risk of STIs and HIV. This is a great option for people who want to try out ribbed condoms but are concerned about their partners’ health.

These Trojan condoms are form-fitting, which increases sensitivity. They’re also a little thinner than the standard latex, and they feature a reservoir end for added protection. They’re made from premium quality latex and are electronically tested for reliability. They’re also HSA (Flexible Spending Account) eligible.

The ribs on this condom are deeper than those on some of Trojan’s other ribbed condoms, which increases stimulation for both partners. They’re also coated in a spermicide that helps decrease your chances of an unwanted pregnancy. Spermicide works by blocking the entrance to your cervix and stopping sperm from reaching an egg. It only works if it’s applied correctly and regularly, so be sure to follow the packaging instructions for application.

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Ultra Thin Armor

These condoms are a bit thinner than standard Trojan latex condoms to offer more sensitivity, and they come loaded with Nonoxynol-9 Spermicide for extra protection against pregnancy. Spermicide works by preventing sperm from swimming and joining with an egg, but it does not protect against HIV or other STDs. Note: Some people are sensitive to nonoxynol-9, so please be careful! Also, spermicidal lubricant does not help with anal sex or more-than-once-a-day vaginal sex.

This product is FSA eligible.

TROJAN® Ultra Thin Armor Spermicidal Lubricant Condoms are 25% thinner than our standard Trojan latex condom for a more natural feel, and they feature spermicide to reduce the risk of pregnancy. They have a classic reservoir end and are electronically tested to help ensure reliability.

Ultra Sensitive Armor

The Trojan Ultra Sensitive Armor is a basic condom with spermicide that adds to pregnancy prevention and helps protect against STIs. This lubricated condom is made with premium latex and has a reservoir end for extra safety. It also has a silky smooth lubricant to increase comfort and sensitivity. Each condom is electronically tested to help ensure reliability.

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The spermicide in these condoms is nonoxynol-9, which is a chemical that disrupts the plasma membranes of sperm and other cells. It’s safe for most people, but it can irritate the skin in some. It can also make it easier for STIs like HIV to enter the body. These concerns are why many sex educators don’t recommend using spermicide condoms by themselves. They are better used as a supplement to other birth control methods.

Most spermicide products need to be inserted about 10 minutes before P-in-V sex to be effective. They usually offer protection for around an hour after insertion. Spermicide products come in many different forms, including creams, gels, and films. Some are available for prescription with a doctor’s note, while others can be found for free at Planned Parenthood centers and family planning clinics. Some spermicide options are even covered by insurance. There are also more permanent methods of contraception, such as vasectomy (male sterilization) and tubal ligation (female sterilization).

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Ultra Comfort Armor

For a more intimate experience, the Trojan Ultra Comfort Armor has spermicide to provide an extra layer of protection during sex. It’s made with premium quality latex and has a reservoir tip to further reduce the chances of pregnancy.

The spermicide in these condoms is Nonoxynol-9, which helps to lower the risk of pregnancy. They also feature deeper ribs that help to increase stimulation and lubrication to make for a more enjoyable sexual experience. For the best results, it’s recommended that these condoms be used as soon as possible after the menstrual period and not later than 6 hours before sex. Also, it’s important that vaginal douching or washing the rectal area doesn’t occur within those 6 to 8 hours as this can wash the spermicide away before it has time to work.

Aside from being easy to use, spermicide has the added benefit of being less expensive than other forms of birth control. However, it does not protect against STIs and is not an effective standalone method of contraception.

External condoms with spermicide are available over-the-counter at drugstores and pharmacies. They work by applying a chemical — typically nonoxynol-9 — to the external part of the condom before penis-in-vaginal sex, according to Planned Parenthood. They can take up to 15 minutes to become effective and last up to 1 hour after insertion.

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