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Author Topic: In the face of STDs, is it safe to wear condoms?  (Read 51 times)

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In the face of STDs, is it safe to wear condoms?
« on: October 09, 2020, 04:44:04 pm »

According to reports in the literature, history has proven that condoms are not fully qualified for the mission of preventing STD infections. The advent of condom culture cannot reduce the prevalence of sexually transmitted diseases. Because of the loss of vigilance due to condom insurance, it worsens it.

The correct use of condoms can prevent infections of certain sexually transmitted diseases, such as gonorrhea and herpes; condoms can prevent men’s semen and vaginal secretions from communicating with each other during sexual activities, and also prevent men’s and women’s genital ulcers from contacting each other; condoms It can also prevent the infection of human immunodeficiency virus HIV that can cause AIDS. For high-risk people who have been infected with sexually transmitted diseases and HIV, the use of condoms is particularly important to protect the uninfected party. In order to effectively implement birth control measures and prevent sexually transmitted diseases and HIV infection, the correct and consistent use of condoms is very important.

From a medical point of view, common clinical venereal diseases include gonorrhea, venereal lymphogranuloma, non-gonococcal urethritis, syphilis, condyloma acuminatum, genital herpes, chancroid and so on. The author has not seen reports that condoms have a special effect on preventing any kind of sexually transmitted diseases; especially it is against human papilloma virus (HPV). Because warts and herpes are caused by a virus that lurks in the human body for life, they can also be spread during non-sexual intercourse. During sexual activity, the virus may also be infected through sexual organ contact, such as the scrotum contacting the lesions of the woman’s perineum and anus. Anal sex, oral sex, realistic sex doll and other parts of the skin and mucous membranes can also be infected, whether it is Durex condoms or use For female condoms, it cannot completely cover all damaged parts.
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