The best female condoms are being touted as a better choice than male condoms, according to new research from The Cochrane Collaboration.
The research, which was conducted by researchers from Yale University and Columbia University, found that the new type of female condom can offer women a longer, more consistent life.
“We found that in our analysis, the most important factor in choosing a female condom was how reliable it is and how easy it is to use,” study author Dr. Anupam Vakhtani, a medical epidemiologist at Yale University, told CBS News.
“There’s been a lot of debate about whether the condom is the best way to prevent HIV, so it’s really important that we have this data on the safety and efficacy of these condoms.”
The study looked at condoms made by three companies: L’Oreal, L’Oréal and Elomi.
Researchers found that female condoms were rated by the Cochrane researchers to be more reliable than male ones and had lower transmission of HIV.
Researchers also found that they were less likely to break, and they were more resistant to infections.
The study found that women who have sex with women are less likely than men to get tested for HIV.
And women who get tested tend to have higher rates of HIV infection than men.
Women are at higher risk of contracting HIV, which can lead to more serious diseases, including AIDS, than men, according the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Researchers from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention also found the best female condom is made from polyurethane.
The researchers also found female condoms had more than twice the rate of breakage compared to male condoms.
The best female sex toys also tend to be safer, the study found.
“It is not clear that the use of latex sex toys is significantly safer than the use in condoms, but there are clear benefits in terms of lower transmission rates and more durable condoms,” study co-author Dr. Andrew Kolodny, a pediatrician and HIV specialist at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, said in a statement.
“Our study provides strong evidence that latex sex toy use is safe and can prevent transmission of the virus and HIV.”