Can JO lube be used for contraception?

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Can JO lube be used for contraception?

Sejacobs89 Sejacobs89
JO 2 to Tango pack review
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Is this product two 2 tango by JO a contraceptive? Does it effect ability to conceive like a lot of other lubes do? This one is oil, glycerin and paraban free.
08/13/2012
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deltalima deltalima
Quote:
Originally posted by Sejacobs89
Is this product two 2 tango by JO a contraceptive? Does it effect ability to conceive like a lot of other lubes do? This one is oil, glycerin and paraban free.
I've never heard of lube being a contraceptive method.
08/13/2012
ToyGeek ToyGeek
That sounds very urban-myth like to me, I'd recommend against trusting lube as contraceptive unless it's labeled as having spermicide in it.
08/14/2012
Zombirella Zombirella
NO, and wherever/whoever you heard that from, stay away from their advice.
08/14/2012
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
Most lubes are made just to help things stay slick, and while some might kill off a few sperm (depending on the chemical balance), unless there's specific mention of a spermicide you shouldn't use it as a contraceptive.
08/14/2012
charletnarouh charletnarouh
Gotta agree with everyone above. This pack is definitely not meant to be used as a contraceptive. It is not an oil based lubricant so it should be safe with latex condoms other latex contraceptive barriers but on it's own it won't do anything to prevent pregnancy or disease transmission. Most lubes are not contraceptives. Some lubricant products may have a spermicide but that would be specifically labeled. I'm pretty sure there are no spermicides available on EF.
08/14/2012
charletnarouh charletnarouh
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Originally posted by charletnarouh
Gotta agree with everyone above. This pack is definitely not meant to be used as a contraceptive. It is not an oil based lubricant so it should be safe with latex condoms other latex contraceptive barriers but on it's own it won't do anything ...
Oh, they do stock a good variety of condoms though.
08/14/2012
gretsch1963 gretsch1963
Quote:
Originally posted by Sejacobs89
Is this product two 2 tango by JO a contraceptive? Does it effect ability to conceive like a lot of other lubes do? This one is oil, glycerin and paraban free.
I agree with Delta and Toygeek. This seems to be an urban legend of sorts. We have used this lube (read our review if you'd like) and it is not advertised as a contraceptive.
08/22/2012
kyleswifey kyleswifey
thanks
09/18/2012
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