What Does An Allergic Reaction to Latex Condoms Feel Like?
An allergic reaction to latex may develop within minutes or hours of exposure. People can develop an allergic reaction to latex even if they previously haven’t had such reactions.
There are three levels of allergic responses to latex:
Mild reactions: include itchiness, dryness, and burning
Medium reactions: same response as above, but the reaction will be more severe, last longer, and spread to other parts of the body
Severe reactions: includes hives, breathing difficulties, and possibly anaphylactic shock which can be fatal.
Keep in mind that what you think may be a latex reaction to the condoms you are using may actually be a separate problem altogether that is being made worse by the use of a condom. If you are having any sort of persistent or painful skin reaction on or around your genitals, it’s a good idea to see a doctor and get it checked out to determine what you are actually reacting to.
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