I can understand your concern.
You need to follow all safety instructions because these have 5 % benzocaine in the lubricant which delays ejaculation in order to increase the duration.
If there is irritation, you have to stop using it.
Do not use if there is a break in the skin then you must not use.
You must consult a general surgeon itself. At home you can just wash the area with mild soap and running water.
Dr. Anil kumar jain.
Durex Extended Pleasure condoms have a special lubricant - Benzocaine which is an anaesthetic compound. This compound is responsible for these symptoms.
Caution is especially required if the condom is exposed to oral mucosa of the partner.
If there is any problem like this, we should immediately show to a doctor and not think of home remedy
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