When stored in a cool, dry place condoms without spermicide are generally good for around five years from the time they are manufactured.
Some condoms are marked by the manufacture date (MFG = manufacture date). You can use these condoms for up to four years after the date of manufacture. Other condoms are marked EXP, which means expiration date.
You shouldn’t use condoms any time after the expiration date. Heat, sun, moisture, and fluorescent light can all cause damage to packaged latex condoms, as can hauling them around in your pocket, wallet, or purse. People should store them thoughtfully and may want to choose an appropriate place near to where they would use them. Never use condoms that are brittle, sticky, damaged, or an unusual color. Using out-of-date condoms is one reason for condom failure.
If you don’t sure how old condoms, throw it away and use a new one.
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