Condom is said to be the most common way to protect yourself from infections and other reasons during sexual intercourse but do you know aside from the protection there are some side effects no one talks about but this occurs during frequent usage. Here are some side- effects of condoms.
Allergy: some condoms are mostly made out of latex, accord you research conducted by The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology it is said that people experience allergy responses due to the protein in the rubber, this is very rare but here are some symptoms one might experience; sneezing, runny nose, itching, hives or flushing to more severe signs and symptoms, such as wheezing, swelling, dizziness, and light-headedness. In some instances, Latex allergy can invoke a life-threatening condition known as anaphylaxis. For people suffering from a latex allergy, it is best to switch to synthetic condoms however the chance of the condom tearing is high.
Acquiring Other Sexual Transmitted Disease: Condom has been proven to be highly effective against HIV and also reduces the chance of contracting other diseases but, they do not provide protection against STDs that can affect the outer layer of the skin such as molluscum contagiosum and Scabies infections. So it’s best to handle with care during and after sexual interaction.
Risk to your partner’s health: Two doctors from Dallas, Texas claim that the male condom can cause cancer in the woman. The culprit, they claim, is talc, a dry lubricant used on the surface of condoms. Studies have linked talc to ovarian cancer and to fibrosis in fallopian tubes, thus making the woman infertile. Drs Candace Kasper and P J Chandler point out that the American Food and Drug Administration has recognized the dangers when talc has been applied to surgical gloves, and so banned the practice, but still allowed the substance to be coated on condoms. Their observations have been reported in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).