Condom Allergy

Oliver Gray Oliver Gray
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what are the symptoms of a condom allergy and does anyone have a personal experience with this? Thank you :3
03/19/2012
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Kindred Kindred
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Originally posted by Oliver Gray
what are the symptoms of a condom allergy and does anyone have a personal experience with this? Thank you :3
Condom allergies are typically allergies to latex. The symptoms can range from simple redness to anaphylaxis, a medical emergency. If you have any symptoms or even suspect you have an allergy, it would be safer to not use them until you can discuss it with your doctor. There are non-latex condoms available if turns out you do have an allergy.
03/19/2012
leatherlover leatherlover
My wife got a lot of UTI's, even though we were being really careful, and a friend suggested that it might be the condoms. Not using condoms anymore seemed to solve that issue.
03/19/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
I have latex allergy and we cannot use latex condoms. I get sore and red, and feel like I have a vaginal and urinary tract infection, and if the latex gets anywhere near my face or anything that touched the condom gets near my face, I start to wheeze, my breathing gets labored, my nose stuffs up, my eyes water and I have to get away and get some medication!

We can use non-latex condoms, but they are not as easy to find in different sizes and types as latex.

The Lifestyles Skyn is a common polyisproine condom and can be used by most people with latex allergy.
03/19/2012
MeliPixie MeliPixie
The first time we had sex, the next morning after he's gone I felt fluttering, itching, and sharp pain in my vaginal canal. It was irritated and almost excruciating, and I freaked out, thinking I was somehow pregnant. It went away, and after a week, we had sex again with the same condoms, to the same effect. We discovered that I have a latex allergy and switched to polyisoprene condoms called Skyn that P'Gell mentioned.

Many people (like my boyfriend) find that the original Skyn condoms are too small, and they now make a larger version as well.
03/19/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
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Originally posted by MeliPixie
The first time we had sex, the next morning after he's gone I felt fluttering, itching, and sharp pain in my vaginal canal. It was irritated and almost excruciating, and I freaked out, thinking I was somehow pregnant. It went away, and after a ... More
Does Eden carry the larger ones? I can use the regular Skyn with toys (although now I've gotten rid of all the toys I used to need a condom for) but they don't fit My Man comfortably. Years ago, we used Magnums, but not realizing I was allergic, I kept thinking I was getting UTIs. We simply stopped using condoms.

Do you have an Edenlink to the larger ones?
03/19/2012
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