Use Of Condoms For Oral Sex?
Can you use oral condoms when you use condoms?
Thank you for the question.
Condoms are a type of contraception that can be used independently without the need to first see a doctor. With the correct use of condoms, ejaculatory fluid can be prevented from entering the vagina, so that the potential for pregnancy can be avoided. As long as the condom you use doesn't contain any irritative material, and as long as you don't also have an allergic reaction to the condom material, the use of this condom is relatively safe.
Regarding your question, can oral sex be performed while the penis is still using a condom? The answer is OK, as long as, as mentioned above, the condom does not contain irritative ingredients and you are not allergic to the condom material. Because, if these conditions are not met, then the oral cavity in contact with the condom can be inflamed, so that it can feel itchy, sore, burning, redness, bruntusan, swelling, blisters, also appear various other complaints. However, you need to understand that if this condom is already in contact with your pubic area, then putting it into the oral cavity during oral sex can be very risky causing your oral cavity to become infected, it can be a mild infection, which can also be dangerous. Therefore, you should choose a method of sexual intercourse that is safer and minimizes risk.
I hope this helps.