Why are condoms used?

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Many sexually active people in our country do not know what condoms really do. Whereas, that little ring made of latex protects you and your partner from sexually transmitted diseases, apart from birth control and AIDS prevention.

Don’t let sexual diseases spoil your fun.

Turkish men do not want to use condoms, thinking that it reduces sexual pleasure. However, in men who have unprotected sexual intercourse without using a condom; genital warts, penile cancer, chronic prostatitis and systemic diseases, hepatitis and AIDS transmission risk.
It can cause infertility, kidneys and urinary tract, nephritis and cystitis by affecting the testicles in the progressive process that is sexually transmitted. Infections such as HPV (genital warts), herpes (genital herpes), and syphilis create ulcers, warts and irritation on the penis, limiting sexuality and leading to penile cancer. In addition to all these, although the man himself causes both local and systemic diseases, infectivity is the most important problem.

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Some diseases such as sexually transmitted chlamydia, ureaplasma, mycoplasma, gonorrhea (gonorrhea), syphilis; While it creates functional problems such as temporary erection, orgasm, premature ejaculation, these problems can become permanent by causing chronic prostatitis and testicular infection with recurrent infections. Affected testicles reduce testosterone hormone secretion, causing serious erections and painful sexual intercourse.

Sexually transmitted diseases cause serious problems in the lives of both women and men.

Sexual diseases in men due to unprotected sexual intercourse:

Genital warts and penile cancer; It can develop with the HPV virus, which is more than 120 known types, which is the most common with unprotected intercourse. The most common type 6.11 causes genital warts, and type 16.18 causes penile cancer.

Chronic prostatitis:It occurs after the recurrence of some diseases such as chlamydia, ureaplasma, mycoplasma, gonorrhea and syphilis.

Systemic diseases: Most of the hepatitis, AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases can cause nephritis, cystitis, liver failure, cirrhosis and immunodeficiency. They can cause widespread infection up to sepsis.

– You may have a snake in your bosom… –

Sexual diseases in women due to unprotected sexual intercourse;
“HIV (AIDS), HPV (genital warts and cervical cancer virus), herpes (genital herpes), syphilis, hepatitis B, gonorrhea (gonorrhea), chancroid (soft wound), granuloma inguinale, mycoplasma, ureoplasma, chlamydia It is faced with many contagious infections such as molluscum, pubic lice and scabies. All of these infections are transmitted through sexual intercourse and cause systemic diseases ranging from chronic pelvic infections to chronic pelvic pain, from infertility to cancer of the cervix, vagina and vulva, hepatitis B virus to liver cirrhosis, HIV virus and AIDS. In addition, women affected by these infectious agents also assume the role of active contagion.

By using a condom, you can protect both yourself and your partner from sexual diseases. For a healthy sex life, do not neglect to use condoms even if you are monogamous.

What should I pay attention to when using condoms?

– Condoms must be made of latex and must have the necessary quality certificates.

– The shelf life of a normal condom is 5 years. Always check the manufacture and expiry date before purchasing a condom.

– Condoms that are not stored under the required conditions will break even if their expiration date is not over. Make sure that the condoms you buy have CE and TSE documents. Also, make sure that the product you buy is an international brand, since not every CE certificate has the meaning of safe.

– Do not endanger your health by using condoms that are cheap and do not meet the required quality standards. These types of products can cause sexual diseases in men and women.

– If your partner has a vaginal dryness problem, prefer to use “water-based” lubricant products.

– Avoid using these products with condoms, as materials such as vaseline and cream will damage the condom.

– Store it in a dry, cool place away from sunlight, otherwise the condom will lose its slippery structure and break down.

– Do not buy damaged, discolored packaging.

– The condom is a disposable product. Always use a new condom for every sexual intercourse.

– Put on the condom before intercourse with your partner.

– Always use a condom in every relationship!..

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