Side Effects And The Dangers Of Using Safety Devices During Intercourse?
Night. Do condoms give a harmful effect on the health of a woman’s genitals. Coz I have read it on google, if a condom is made of material that can dissolve in the liquid of Miss V which can cause pubic disease .. Is that really the case?
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Basically, condoms are made of materials that will not dissolve in the vagina. Condoms must remain intact in the form of an intact pouch after intercourse to become a barrier or barrier so that sperm does not enter the woman's vagina. Condoms can indeed be made from a variety of materials, but in general can be divided into latex condoms and non-latex condoms. Latex condoms are the most commonly found condoms. Non-latex condoms can be made from other ingredients such as polyisoprene, nitrile, or can also be made of lambskin (sheep skin). Each of these ingredients has advantages and disadvantages of each.
As already mentioned, latex condoms are the most commonly used and the easiest to find. Latex condoms will not cause disease in the vagina except in women who do have latex allergies. Usually people who have a new latex allergy will use condoms from other ingredients.
You should not be too afraid to use a condom because the condom will not dissolve in the vagina. Condoms are the only contraception that can prevent pregnancy while reducing the risk of sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV, gonorrhea, chlamydia, HPV, herpes, etc. The disadvantages of using a condom are that it is not practical (must be used every time you want to have sex), decreased sexual pleasure for some people, and can be torn. In the event of a torn condom, the couple must use emergency contraception to prevent pregnancy.
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