SAD: This happens to your body when you frequently use condoms

Condoms are being used by most people in the 21st century to prevent contracting diseases and unwanted pregnancies.

They are the most powerful and efficient method of contraception that people are going after. The most available condoms in the market are made up of either latex or polyurethane.

They offer maximum protection in preventing certain ailments from one person to another and they do not have any effect on the sperm quality or affect the rate at which eggs are produced in the ovum.

But truth be told, condoms impact negatively on the human body especially if it is frequently used. These negative effects have been witnessed not only in men but also in women.

Herein this article, we are going to exploit what usually happens to our bodies when we frequently use condoms.

1. Allergic reactions

Manufacturers are working so hard to produce these condoms that fit almost all skin types to counteract the effect of allergic reactions.

However, several allergic responses such as skin rashes, redness, and palpitations have been witnessed in people who are hypersensitive to using latex condoms.

If such cases happen, you should first consider consulting your doctor on what will work best on you.

2. Your Body will start producing little or no lubrication

During an elevated mood, the female organ will lubricate itself by the release of discharges during intimacy.

The continued use of these condoms will increase the friction and as a result might reduce lubrication making the love affair painful.

3. Emotional disturbance in women

According to studies published in healthline.com, serotonin and dopamine hormones are responsible for making people happy. During intimacy, these hormones are released and they make both partners happy.

It is also believed that the male semen contain proteins which are essential in triggering oxytocin hormone in females. Continued use of condoms will hinder these instances from happening and as a result causes emotional disturbance in wome

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Lukwago Joseph grew up in a newspaper family, and rumor has it that instead of playing the guitar in his infancy, his parents put a reporter’s notebook and a pen next to him shortly after he turned born eight years. Before becoming editor of UGANDANZ, Lukwago was a parliament news editor for WBS TV. He joined UGANDANZ in July 2018, A few months after the company launched. Lukwago also spent five years as a freelance reporter, where he covered reporting for the highest bidder, intelligence, foreign policy, and Ugandan police. Lukwago graduated from Makerere University in 2008 with a B.A. in Journalism and worked on his college newspaper.