IT burns

IT burns

LostinLife LostinLife
When I use some toys after I get done it burns could that be that I am allergic or could it be the material it is made from?
07/14/2012
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sktb0007 sktb0007
Quote:
Originally posted by LostinLife
When I use some toys after I get done it burns could that be that I am allergic or could it be the material it is made from?
It could be either. Was the toy you were using jelly? I know that a lot of people have experienced this with the jelly material (myself included).
07/15/2012
ghalik ghalik
It sounds like you are using an unsafe material. I'd recommend tossing them. At the least, use a condom over them if possible.
07/15/2012
Petite Valentine Petite Valentine
That's the effect jelly had on me. The scented toys were the worst… If the toy is TPE/TPR, the burning could be a sign that there is bacteria on the toy, and an infection is highly likely.
07/15/2012
LostinLife LostinLife
Quote:
Originally posted by sktb0007
It could be either. Was the toy you were using jelly? I know that a lot of people have experienced this with the jelly material (myself included).
yes it was matter of fact
07/16/2012
LostinLife LostinLife
wow never thought of that
07/16/2012
sktb0007 sktb0007
Quote:
Originally posted by LostinLife
yes it was matter of fact
Yeah, you'll probably want to avoid using jelly, or like another member suggested, cover the toy with a condom. Me, I just avoid the material all together lol
07/17/2012
LostinLife LostinLife
Quote:
Originally posted by sktb0007
Yeah, you'll probably want to avoid using jelly, or like another member suggested, cover the toy with a condom. Me, I just avoid the material all together lol
I think I will be to thanks so much
07/17/2012
RonLee RonLee
The jelly could have absorbed some of the soap that you'd used to clean it. I'd experienced that burning myself some years ago. That toy went into the trash and I've not purchased a jelly toy since. However, the recommendation by sktb0007 to just use a condom on the jelly toy would work.
07/17/2012
Missmarc Missmarc
Quote:
Originally posted by LostinLife
When I use some toys after I get done it burns could that be that I am allergic or could it be the material it is made from?
I'd recommend trying some silicone toy, you shouldn't get the burn using silicone.
07/17/2012
LostinLife LostinLife
Quote:
Originally posted by Missmarc
I'd recommend trying some silicone toy, you shouldn't get the burn using silicone.
Thanks so much
07/18/2012
LostinLife LostinLife
I threw almost all my jellys out well the cheap ones anyways..lol
07/18/2012
ohmai ohmai
Lube can irritate too. Be careful, I'm in the same boat.
07/29/2012
Gettinmymojoback Gettinmymojoback
Quote:
Originally posted by LostinLife
When I use some toys after I get done it burns could that be that I am allergic or could it be the material it is made from?
yikes dont use those toys anymore!
08/02/2012
LostinLife LostinLife
Quote:
Originally posted by Gettinmymojoback
yikes dont use those toys anymore!
yeah I got rid of all my jelly and am going to be more keen to looking at what a toy is made out of when i buy for now on that I know what is going on thanks for all the help
08/11/2012
travelnurse travelnurse
I've never had the issue myself but, as you can see lots have. Those are some great suggestions.
08/11/2012
Zandrock Zandrock
Could be an allergy, could be something physiological. Does this happen when you have sex? If yes then you should see a doctor about it. Could be an allergy to the toy or the lube. Both potentially could cause it
08/11/2012
Undecided Undecided
I agree could be allergy or the fact that it was jelly. I can't use jelly toys its burns so bad and leaves me hurting for a few days.
08/11/2012
Lioncub Lioncub
I got rid of all my jelly ones for this reason. Was not worth it at all.
08/11/2012
gypsymama gypsymama
Makes me glad I never bought a jelly toy!!!!
08/11/2012
Woman China Woman China
Hopefully you have the problem solved.

But yes, the burn could be because of the toy material or the lube.

Jelly toys can be safe but as all the reviews tell us when it comes to jelly toys, to extend the life of the toy, put a condom over top. And that is not just if you are going to share it!!

I buy jelly toys to see if I am comfortable with a new size or shape that is similar to the more expensive toy I want. Jelly does not last long in my home simply because I do react to it.
08/11/2012
Beck Beck
I found out that I have this reaction to Jelly and PVC toys. So, you might want to watch PVC too.
08/11/2012
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