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Not to long ago, I found that I actually helped women by giving them back their sexual freedom. They were swingers but they didn't enjoy sex with latex condoms. They used them but weren't really getting the benefits of free loving. Believe it or not their are std safe condoms out there. I know I use them, and can only use them. to make a long story short.. those women later email me thanking me for helping them enjoy swinging.
Some signs that you may have an allergy to latex are:
*Seems like you have a yeast infection and yet you don't have the discharge. *Burning,itching,aches,rawness are all classic signs of an allergy to latex. This are usually right around your opening or inside of you.
*Sometimes the signs of an allergy to latex may take hours or a day to show up, and are dismissed as too much of sex.
The solution is simple, use non-latex yet still std safe condoms. So far there's only two kinds out on the market..
Durex Avanti Non-Latex Condoms (for those that don't need to worry about getting preggie)
Trojan SUPRA Spermicidal Lubricated Condoms
(for those that do need to worry about getting preggie)
Both are polyurethane materials, and have been tested in in lab to be safe, but clinical studies are currently being done. The same thing latex condoms went through when they frist came on to the market.
Please don't use natural skin condoms they aren't std safe.
But I stress I am not a doctor, just a woman who knows about a subject of sex. So please get a second opinion or do your own research on the subject.
If anyone feels I left anything out, please post a comment about it.
11/29/2005 11:21 pm
Hello: Yes I knew about the Avanti but didnt know about the Trojan Supra . thanks its good to have the info. Matt|
1/18/2006 4:44 pm
New information about the trojon brand of non-latex condoms. I've discovered that they aren't safe due to them breaking. Best to use the avanti durex brand. they don't break.|