Does everyone have a bad reaction?

Does everyone have a bad reaction?

Gypsie Angel Gypsie Angel
Ever pick out that 1 item you can't wait to try...you know, the new toy, or that new lube, or the new outfit, only to find it causes a bad reaction, such as allergic reaction, a burn, etc.?
What kind of reaction did you have? What caused it? How bad was the reaction? Did you try the item again to make sure that's what caused it? Did you give up the dream of enjoying that item ever again or keeping usiby anyway?

I personally have discovered a few new allergies in the past year that I was unaware of before. 1 being a a new dildo my man and I picked out. I personally chose to suffer through the effects and continue using it. I'm just wondering if I'm the only one to put pleasure before the miserable itchiness I had everytime?
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Gunsmoke
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Lena Eden , hiseden2253
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Mar 21, 7:52 am
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Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
Although we used 'jelly' formulations of dildos and vibrators when that was all that was on the market, we'd never use anything but premium grade silicone now.

Eventually all of the non-silicone formulations would result it a burning sensation for my wife's labia - regardless of how well we cleaned them.

Rather than throw out the cheap ones every 6 months, we went to silicone. Many of these dildos are more than 7 years old and show no signs of deterioration. Occasionally I'll wash them in the dishwasher - but mostly it's just hot soapy water.

Although maybe we shouldn't, we use the silicone toys for both vaginal an anal penetration (not in the same session ). As long as they have been cleaned adequately between uses, they are fine.
Mar 21, 4:07 pm
Lena Eden Lena Eden
Quote:
Originally posted by Gypsie Angel
Ever pick out that 1 item you can't wait to try...you know, the new toy, or that new lube, or the new outfit, only to find it causes a bad reaction, such as allergic reaction, a burn, etc.?
What kind of reaction did you have? What caused it? ...
I've never had a bad reaction from a sex toy. I think the key moment here is proper cleaning and using a condom in case your toy is not made of silicone or glass.
Mar 27, 9:05 am
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