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Diseases That Can Be Contracted During Intimacy With Condom

Diseases That Can Be Contracted During Intimacy With Condom

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Diseases That Can Be Contracted During Intimacy With Condom

Diseases That Can Be Contracted During Intimacy With Condom

Contraction With Condom

Do you know that there are certain diseases that can still be contracted or transmitted even with a condom? Yes,

some people believe that the only needed protection can be done by using condoms but the fact is that, these diseases

can be transmitted whether or not you use a condom as long as you get down with a carrier.

In this article as already stated, we are going to have a look at some of the diseases that can still be contracted during

intimacy even with a condom.

Diseases That Can Be Contracted During Intimacy  With Condom

Also, Read Advantages And Disadvantages Of Using Male Rubber During Intimacy

1. Scabies; scabies is a type of parasitic STI that can be contracted during intimacy though it is not necessarily a

sexually transmitted infection, it is mostly transmitted through intimacy. This is one of the most embarrassing health

conditions that you can still contract even with a condom on, as long you come too close to a person carrying the

disease. Some of the signs of scabies are; Extreme itching in the pubic region that often worsens at night, visible

rashes that are difficult to handle, etc.

2. Pubic Lice; this is otherwise referred to as crabs STD due to the resemblance of the parasites to crabs. Pubic lice

live in the pubic hair and it is one of the infections that can be contracted from intimacy whether or not you use a

condom. But pubic lice can be handled with over-the-counter medications. So if you are unsure of a person’s health

status, endeavor to abstain from intimacy or sexual affiliation with the person till you are sure of his or her status.

3. Oral Herpes; this is caused by the herpes simplex virus and it is different from genital Herpes that is passed

through unprotected intimacy with an infected person. A person can contract oral Herpes whether he or she uses

condoms or not because it can be passed through kissing or exchange of fluids from an infected person. So the best

thing you can do for yourself is totally to abstain from intimacy whether safe or unsafe.

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