In the past, the awareness about sexual health was not so widespread. Many people were not very aware about the benefits of using contraceptives. Many people declined taking up contraceptive measures as the fear of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) was not as serious as it is now. The rise of unprotected 콘돔 and casual sex in the nation has led to increased number of STDs and STIs such as genital herpes, warts or HIV/AIDS. These sexual problems have served as an eye opener to many people and the use of condoms as a preventive measure has now increased at a rapid pace.
The use of condoms has increased to a much higher rate because of the three-fold benefits that it gives you. Firstly, condoms help you to stay away from sexually transmitted diseases and infections; secondly they are a reliable way to prevent against unplanned pregnancy and thirdly, some condoms are designed to enhance your sexual performance and pleasure. Condoms are made of different materials such as rubber, latex, polyurethane, polyisoprene or lamb intestines. Out of all these types, latex condoms are the most widely used. Latex condoms offer more protection as they are flexible, stretchable and strong. A condom is worn over the penis before penetrative sex and is removed and disposed safely after use.
Strangely with increased awareness of condoms these days, a number of myths have started emerging. Let’s have a look at some of these myths and debunk them with true facts.