8 Negative Side Effects Of Using Condom

Negative side effects of using condom…

You know that condoms work well if you have to use them correctly, the whole time, every time you have sex, and they can take some getting used to.

Disadvantages of using a condom?  

Here are some unique disadvantages of using a condom:

1. Can develop an allergy or sensitivity :

Some users can develop an allergy or sensitivity to latex. In this case, polyurethane condoms or the condom made out of lambskin may be used.

2. Can’t be used with oil-based lubricants :

A condom can’t be used with oil-based lubricants, only water-based ones. The oil-based lubricants can cause the latex material of the condom to disintegrate. And condom may tear during the intercourse.

3. Reduce the pleasure :

Some user may reduce their pleasure during the sexual intercourse, due to the barrier posed by the latex condom.

4. Use it every time during sex :

You have to use a condom before there’s any skin-to-skin genital contact, and keeping it on until you’re done having sex. The condom would not work if you only use it some time or halfway through sex.

5. Increase friction :

Condoms increase friction. In some cases, it makes too much friction and makes it difficult to penetrate comfortably. During intercourse, the excessive friction may cause the condom to tear and may result in an unwanted pregnancy.

6. Use only one time :

A condom promotes safe sex and secures you against sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancy, only if you use it only single time.

7. Extra careful :

If you use a condom, especially a female condom, you have to be extra careful. Ensure that penetration is inside a condom, not down the sides between the condom and your vagina. Also, care your sharp fingernails that can break or tear it.

8. Not effective against all STDs :

Condoms are proven highly effective against HIV, but it does not afford protection against the STDs that can affect the outer layers of your skin, such as molluscum contagiosum and scabies infections.


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