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Toadail
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I was with my girlfriend last night and I had some expired condoms. They are Trojans and expired Jan. of 06. I wasn't sure what to do but I used it anyway... It didn't break or anything but was kinda hard to put on and seemed a little stickier than usual. It was dark in the room but I think the end was a bit darker in color. Is everything ok if it didn't break??
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LilBlueSmurf
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If the condom didn't break, you should be okay.

You do NOT want to be using expired condoms though. Things (like condoms) have an expiration date for a reason. They are more likely to fail if they're past their expiration date.

So go treat yourselves to some new condoms.

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