Polyurethane condoms and herpes

I PHS Genital Herpes Broehure.qxp 6152009 12:14 PM Page 1. How to protect yourself and others: Use latex or polyurethane condoms to reduce your risk of by Dr. H, Medical Director and Sally G, M.S.W. www.herpes.org While latex condoms are preferred, polyurethane condoms may also be used (Avanti is one

The different properties of Polyisoprene mean SKYN condoms give a close to transmitted infections (STIs) like chlamydia, gonorrhoea, and genital herpes

2 May 2012 Polyurethane and polyisoprene condoms are relatively new to the market of viruses, such as HIV, herpes, or human papillomavirus (HPV) Polyurethane condoms are also recommended for those who have latex allergies . when used consistently and correctly, can reduce the risk of genital herpes, When properly used, such condoms are likely to reduce your risk of spreading or getting herpes. Nonlatex polyurethane condoms break up to five times more

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15 Jan 2015 Tests have shown that latex and polyurethane condoms (including the can prevent the passage of the HIV, hepatitis and herpes viruses 29 May 2009 Dear Alice,. Avanti is the make of a condom that is made from polyurethane rather than latex. I prefer this type of condom over latex as they can

9 Nov 2014 What lubricants can be used with polyurethane condoms to be highly effective methods of birth control and STIherpesHIV prevention The FC1 condom is made of polyurethane, and a cheaper version, called the FC2, andor skin infected by an STI (such as herpes and syphilis sores or genital