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Trojan Spermicidal
(Condom - non Rx)

Formulation : Condoms

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No Generic Alternative Available

No generic alternative is available for this drug.

What is Trojan Spermicidal /Condom - non Rx used for?

Trojan condoms, usually made of latex, are used as a contraceptive to avoid pregnancy and/or sexually transmitted disease including syphilis, gonorrhea, and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).

How should Trojan Spermicidal /Condom - non Rx be stored?

This medication should be stored at room temperature. Keep the medication in an upright position and away from heat, moisture, and from freezing. Make sure the bottle is tightly closed. Dispose the medication if it is outdated or is no longer needed.

General information

This medication should only be used by prescribed patient, do not give it to other people. The information provided is advisory only and does not contain all information pertaining to this medication. Talk to your doctor, pharmacist, or health care provider for question about this medication.

How should I take Trojan Spermicidal/Condom - non Rx ?

Read the directions on the label. Both partners should know how to put on a condom properly for better pleasure, effectiveness, and ease. A condom should only be used once for each erection, do not reuse condoms. Before the penis touches the rectum, vulva, or mouth, it is important to put on the condom because penises leak fluids before and after ejaculation that can carry STDs and/or cause pregnancy. Open the condom package carefully to ensure the condom does not tear. If the package is already torn, brittle, sticky, or stiff, do not use it. Before putting the condom on the penis, drop some lubricant inside the condom and pull back the foreskin of an uncircumcised penis. With one hand, pinch the air out of the tip of the condom and place it over the tip of an erect penis. This will leave half an inch (1 cm) of space at the tip to collect semen. With one hand still holding on the tip of the condom on the top of an erect penis, use the other hand and unroll the condom all the way to the base of the penis. Lubricate the outside of the condom and smooth out any air bubbles that can cause the condom to break. After intercourse, remove the penis from the rectum, vagina, or mouth before it becomes soft. To prevent semen from leaking or spilling out, hold the condom at the base of the penis while pulling out. Dispose the condom in the garbage can. Flushing it down the toilet is not recommended.

When should Trojan Spermicidal /Condom - non Rx not be taken?

Do not use Trojan condoms if you are allergic to latex.

What precautions should I follow when taking Trojan Spermicidal /Condom - non Rx ?

If a condom breaks, the other partner is exposed to HIV or can become pregnant. If your partner has been exposed to the virus, he/she can begin post-exposure prophylaxis, a 4 week treatment of antiretroviral drugs to prevent the virus from taking hold. When exposed to the virus, treatment must begin within 72 hours after exposure. If treatment begins within 24 hours, treatment becomes more effective. Pregnancy can still be prevented if a condom breaks or leaks. Morning after pills, also known as the emergency contraception pill (ECP), is available to prevent pregnancy. The ECP have high levels of regular birth control hormones and are 75 to 94% effective in preventing pregnancy from unprotected sex.

What special warning(s) should I be aware of when taking Trojan Spermicidal /Condom - non Rx ?

If a condom breaks, the other partner is exposed to HIV or can become pregnant. If your partner has been exposed to the virus, he/she can begin post-exposure prophylaxis, a 4 week treatment of antiretroviral drugs to prevent the virus from taking hold. When exposed to the virus, treatment must begin within 72 hours after exposure. If treatment begins within 24 hours, treatment becomes more effective. Pregnancy can still be prevented if a condom breaks or leaks. Morning after pills, also known as the emergency contraception pill (ECP), is available to prevent pregnancy. The ECP have high levels of regular birth control hormones and are 75 to 94% effective in preventing pregnancy from unprotected sex.

When should Trojan Spermicidal /Condom - non Rx not be taken?

Severe: Allergic reaction to latex.

Common: None.

Other: None.

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