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What are the side effects of using condoms in female?

Some people may feel irritation on their vagina, vulva, penis or anus when they use the internal condom. It's typically just caused by friction, so adding extra lubricant usually takes care of it.

What are the side effects of using condoms in female?

There no side effects, unless the user is allergic to latex rubber, spermicides, or plastic. A person who is allergic should look for products made with other materials, such as lambskin. Female condoms: may be inserted up to 8 hours before sex.

Are condoms bad for women's health?

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“Standard brands have been researched to prove they are safe and effective for this use for the average consumer.” But not all condoms are safe for every body. “A small percentage of women have a latex allergy, which can cause vaginal swelling, itching, and pain during sex,” Ross says.

Can condoms make a woman dry?

Instead, sex with a condom can feel drier because the surface is fundamentally different to that of a penis, and causes more friction and possible "dry" feelings for both sex organs.

You have to use a condom every time you have sex.

In order for condoms to be effective, you have to use a new one correctly every single time you have sex. That means putting on a condom before there’s any skin-to-skin genital contact, and keeping it on until you’re done having sex. If you only use condoms sometimes, or put them on halfway through sex, they won’t work as well. Having a supply of condoms and making sure they’re close by before you get busy can help you remember to use them. Also make sure your condoms aren't expired — check the date on the wrapper or box.

If you’re looking for birth control that gives you round-the-clock pregnancy protection with minimal effort, check out the implant and the IUD, or take this quiz to find the method that’s best for you. But remember, condoms are the only way to protect yourself and your partner from STDs during sex. So no matter what type of birth control you use, condoms are always a good idea.

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