How does condom prevent the sexual transmission of HIV?
Condom helps prevent transmission by reducing the risk of an exposure to HIV during sex. The studies show that the materials used to make most condoms (such as latex, nitrile, polyurethane and polyisoprene) do not let HIV pass through them. Condoms act as a barrier to HIV infection by preventing the vagina, penis, rectum and mouth from being exposed to bodily fluids (such as semen, vaginal fluid and rectal fluid) that can contain HIV.
Some condoms are made of a thin membrane of sheep intestine, and are also known as lambskin condoms. These condoms can be used to help prevent pregnancy but since HIV can pass through them, they should not be used as an HIV prevention strategy. If you want to custom own brand condom, please send us email: email@example.com