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Your condom kit will arrive in simple, discreet packaging, designed to fit through a standard letterbox.
Each kit contains 12 (latex or non-latex) condoms in the size of your choice as well as 6 sachets of lubricant.
Putting on a condom can be quick and easy, but that doesn’t mean mistakes can’t be made.
Follow our step-by-step guide to putting on a condom which should help you avoid making any mistakes.
The most important thing is to not panic. If you’re worried you or your partner could be pregnant, see your GP, local sexual health clinic, or pharmacy to ask about getting emergency contraception.
If your partner(s) has not recently been tested for STIs, it is advisable to get tested if the condom has broken during sex. It is important to get tested for STIs so you can be treated and avoid any further problems caused by infection.
You can order an at-home STI testing kit delivered discreetly, direct to your door
For more information about condoms read the test.me guide to condoms.