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WARNING: These Are The Side Effects of Condoms Every One Should Know (Details below)



Condoms are being worn for so many reasons like preventing unwanted Pregnancies, avoiding s*xually transmitted infections like chlamydia, gonorrhoea, syphilis, HIV/AIDS, trichomoniasis, bacterial vaginosis and the rest. Some other people just wear it because they just feel like while others wear it because that is what they are comfortable with and also what they are used to.

Funny enough some men just don’t like using condoms, they confess that they don’t feel comfortable with it so it is all about individual differences. It is not only men that wear condoms, there are other types too for women which are implanted right inside.

In this article, you will get to know the side effects of using condoms.

1. Latex Allergy

A lot of condoms are being made from latex. Now latex is a fluid that is produced from rubber trees. Some people experience allergy after using it because of the protein in the rubber. Although it is rare it happens. The allergy can cause sneezing, hives, itching, running nose, dizziness and can even invoke anaphylaxis which is a very bad life-threatening condition. So if you have a latex allergy switch to synthetic condoms.

2. Getting Other STDs

Although it is well known to be a very good s*xually transmitted disease fighter, it protects against HIV and other infections but have you ever thought about the outer layers of the skin? condoms are not long or large enough to protect those parts of the skin so you can have infections like scabies, molluscum contagiosum.

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3. Risk Of Pregnancy

Don’t be 100% confident of not getting pregnant when you use a condom. It has been recorded that 15 in 100 women can get pregnant even when they use a condom, why? because it is very possible for the condom to break in the process. Also, it is risky if you don’t put it right and also if you reuse a condom. So be careful and don’t be overconfident.

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