An Australian condom expert says condoms can’t help but be an ineffective substitute for safer sex because they are so small and expensive.
An Australian condom specialist said condoms are just too small and cost too much, despite the fact that they are the safest way to have sex.
And condoms are not the only products that are not safe.
The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) says that condom use is linked to about 40,000 deaths every year in the US.
A condom can’t protect you from STDs, or the HPV virus.
It can only prevent pregnancy.
But in Australia, it’s a bit different.
IARC said in 2015 that condoms had a “low” risk of contracting herpes, which is a sexually transmitted infection that causes genital warts.
In fact, a study published in the American Journal of Public Health found condoms had an almost 0.3 per cent lower risk of genital wartyness than condoms that did not contain any type of lubricant.
But the World Health Organization (WHO) says condoms should be used as the only form of protection, as they are a safe, effective and effective method of contraception.
“They are effective and can reduce the risk of STIs for men and women,” said WHO’s director-general, Margaret Chan, in a statement.
So what are condoms really made of?
It’s a little hard to pinpoint exactly what goes into condoms.
They can be made of any substance, including polyester and rubber.
But most of them are made from latex.
It is commonly thought that condoms are made of a latex-based polymer.
But this is not always the case.
Some condoms are polyester.
Polyester is also commonly known as synthetic rubber.
However, some condoms are silicone.
Silicone condoms are often made from a synthetic polymer, and can be a safer alternative.
If you have any questions about condoms, please contact a condom specialist, or your local health clinic.
For more information about condoms visit the condom website.
Topics:counselling,sexualhealth,sex-and-relationships,health,tobacco,fertility-and,women,health-policy,healthcare-facilities,sex,sexual-health,cancer,australiaFirst posted January 01, 2020 13:38:47Contact Anna HouskaMore stories from Victoria