Should You Be Using Non-Latex Condoms?

Should You Be Using Non-Latex Condoms?

There are 24 comments on the lucreziamagazine.com story from Jun 5, 2008, titled Should You Be Using Non-Latex Condoms?. In it, lucreziamagazine.com reports that:

If you or your partner has a latex allergy, then you probably already know about non-latex condoms.Non-latex condoms offer a host of advantages over their latex cousins. Should you be using them, even if you don’t have a latex allergy?

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Spifro

Saint John's, Antigua and Barbuda

#27 Dec 12, 2011
"Non -Latex condoms? The new breed of condoms on the block are the poly condoms, non latex polyisoprene and polyurethane condoms. These new wave latex free condoms are getting radical reviews with the ever growing Rip n Roll population. For those of you that are allergic to latex, these condoms are an alternative to latex. The polyurethane and Polyisoprene condoms are all FDA approved for pregnancy and disease prevention. Click on a name below to find a description and scroll the page at your leisure. Have fun and experience the non latex condom difference."

http://www.ripnroll.com/Poly-Rips.htm
Richard Brown

Austin, TX

#28 Dec 30, 2011
http://s1116.photobucket.com/albums/k577/rich... Looking for a boyfriend to share my life with . I usually hang out on the Glasgow, KY forum. I post under Big Daddy, Colleen, Original T Jefferson and a few more. Please stop by to talk to me if you would like to meet me.
Gee

Wayne, PA

#29 Jan 30, 2012
I don't use anyhthing. I go to escorts, hooker and massage places. It's feels great to have skin to skin contact. I love shooting come all over the place, especially in her face and on her big boobs.
Dr_Mike

East Hartford, CT

#31 May 4, 2013
josey g wrote:
i think ppl who are not have an allergy to latex should be useing it no excuses!!
Non-latex condoms can not only be ideal for guys (and their partners) who have a latex allergy; people who have used latex without issues in the past can still develop latex sensitivity of they use it on a regular basis. Avoiding the problems associated with latex reactions can help to preserve penis health and prevent problems like cracked, sore, itchy and inflamed skin. In addition, treating the skin with a penis vitamin cream (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) can help to keep the skin soft, supple and responsive and boost the body’s natural healing properties.

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