- A woman who had sex with a condom used to have pain and allergies
- Later it was found that the woman is allergic to latex ie rubber condom.
- Difficulty walking after first sex, relying on non-latex condoms
It was overwhelming for a woman to have sex with a condom. Actually, the woman was allergic to latex (rubber), due to which she became allergic and swollen after having sex. 26-year-old Brianna Alexis lives in Texas, USA. When she got allergies and swelling after having sex, she could not understand the reason behind it. After a few days, when the burning and swelling were gone, the woman continued to use the condom.
Alexis found that this often caused her to experience pain and discomfort. According to the report of The Sun, Brianna did not realize until the age of 21 that the real reason behind her problem was condoms. Then she learned that she was allergic to latex and now uses non-latex alternatives. Model and sex coach student Brianna said that my friends used to tell me how good their sex experience was but I could not relate myself to what they said.
Difficulty walking after sex for the first time
According to the report, Brianna told that after having sex with a condom for the first time, I was in so much pain that I could not even walk properly. I was troubled by inflammation and allergies. Since then I have always been restless. But now I know I can exercise options and that’s great. At just 18 years old, Brianna needed treatment after having her first sex. She told that I went to the hospital because I was very worried.
Women’s choice of non-latex condoms
Brianna said that I realized that I was in pain because of latex. After discovering my allergy, I now only use non-latex condoms. They tend to be more expensive and much thinner and so I’ve never had a problem. Recently, news came that in the era of Corona epidemic, condom companies, which were hoping to increase sales, suffered a setback. The sales of the world’s largest condom maker have declined by 40 per cent in the last two years.
Cases of having sex without a condom increased
Despite the worldwide corona lockdown and people staying in their homes, the cases of having sex using condoms did not increase. Due to this the earlier estimates of the companies have been proved wrong. Goh Miah Kiat, Chief Executive Officer of Carex BHD has given this information. Carex’s condom sales have declined due to the closure of hotels and non-essential clinics such as sexual wellness centers during the pandemic, and a reduction in the government’s condom promotion program, according to a Nikkei Asia report. Carex is a Malaysian company that manufactures 1 in 5 condoms in the world.