is the ultra thin trojan condom a good choice? i dont really understand if ultra thin means more likely to tear or what.. any feedback would b appreciated
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Here is a good resource for unbiased condom information. Click on the ratings link. I don't see a rating for Trojan Extra Thin but Consumers Reports seems to find no problem with thin condoms in general. I don't know where you are but, in most countries, condoms are regulated as medical devices and must pass burst strength and electrostatic testing before sale.
The primary reason for condom failure is improper use. Read our article about proper use here:
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