Some people complain of itching while using condoms.
Men are not reluctant to wear condoms, but when they actually wear condoms, this happens.
For women, wearing condoms can cause allergic symptoms such as itching or skin rash.
This is caused by several proteins in the natural latex of the rubber tree that make condoms.
If you have latex allergies, the immune system mistook these proteins for harmful intruders and emits antibodies to fight.
This immune response can cause itching, inflammation, or other allergic symptoms.
What is the reaction to latex allergy?
Local allergic reactions include itching, urticaria. There's a rash light.
In severe cases, a full-body reaction may occur.
Especially in the case of women, whole body reactions can occur.
This is because the vaginal mucous membrane absorbs latex protein faster than the penis membrane.
In systemic reactions, difficulty in breathing, difficulty swallowing, swelling of the mouth, neck, or face can be rare.
In this case, you won't be able to contraceptives as the most certain condom?
So, there's a product that came out.
NON-Latex is a non-Latex condom.
- Sagami Original 0.02
polyisophrine new material condom
- Lifestyles SKYN Condom
There are two types of "SKYN Original" with regular thickness and "SKYN Elite" with ultra thin thickness.
Polyurethane condoms and polyisoprin condoms are used to make condoms.
Not only do you have no latex allergy concerns, but also because the material is most similar to the skin,
It's a product that has a very high after use because it doesn't feel different when you wear it.
Even if you're not allergic to latex,
I recommend it to those who want to use a high-quality, good-feeling condom.
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