Can You Get Vaginosis From A Latex Condom
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHi,1.No, latex allergy per se would not increase your risk of HIV transmission.2.No. HIV is only a risk if there is "non-intact" skin, such as an open wound.3.If the sex was indeed protected, an HIV test wouldn't be warranted,... Read more »
University of Utah, School of MedicineIt sounds like you are having a difficult problem. Usually, there is a range of things that can be used for bacterial vaginosis (BV if you want to sound like you are in the know), starting with local treatments like metrogel of cleocin, and... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,Another QTND (question that never dies) and ATNC (answer that never changes). See below.Dr. BobMy girlfriend is allergic to latex, so we can't use a condom. What other protection is there?Nov 28, 2003 Hello, I'm a teen virgin and so... Read more »
The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello,You are correct the information about holey condoms is "bad information" often generated and perpetuated by the holiest of holies, the Vatican. Religion obviously is based solely on beliefs, be they virgin births, walking on water,... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesIf a condom broke, is it something that can go unnoticed? Can HIV pass through a latex condom? If someone has protected sex, do they need to get tested and if so how long after sex? Read more »
Posted by Anonymousare polyutherane condoms as safe as latex if no slips or breaks occur?
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Posted by Anonymous, 2 RepliesHello I'm allergic to latex and do not use condoms. what should I do??
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