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Maybe: I don't know about the Durex brand specifically; however, condoms are made from latex. And latex is produced from rubber through a process called vulcanization. During this process, benzene is frequently used. Is it possible there is some residual benzene on the condoms? Possibly but it would be a very minute amount. Best wishes! ...Read more
Used latex condom guess not allergic to latex condom? Used Trojan escatsy want to use Trojan non lubricated safe?
Doubtful: Maybe irritation but less likely an infection. Get checked if you are having too much discomfort. Good luck. ...Read more
Are polyurethane and polyisoprene condoms just as effective for protection against STD and STI as latex condoms?
Yes: Polyurethane condoms were designed for people allergic to latex. Some people are also allergic to polyurethane and that case they can use polyisoprene condoms. They all prevent the transmission of viruses and bacteria that cause HIV and STD provided they are used properly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here are some ...: It is another gadget for contraception, which is prepared as film made of gel and spermicide, and manually inserted to near cervix some 3-5 minutes before sex, where this film will swell to become gel with spermicide to block sperms into cervical canal and uterus. But its success is only some 94%, far behind condom at 98%. So, consider other more effective options ... ...Read more
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