Condoms can protect women vaginal health

The research found the risk is increased when it comes to having sex without sex. Having sex without a condom can dramatically increase women's' chances of developing bacterial vaginosis (BV) and other infections. Researcher had found that unprotected sex with a male partner causes disruptions to the delicate balance of bacteria found in the vagina, placing women at higher risk of infections.
Even though women use preventative treatment, sex without a condom can upset the bacterial balance. This is why a vagina tends to have higher levels of a particular strain of bacteria, which works to protect it against STis.
Sex without a condom can reduce the amount of Lactobacillus crispatus bacteria present due to the introduction of other bacteria, as well as semen. This means that infections like BV can begin.
Sex without a condom, especially with a new partner, was found by this study to increase the levels of Gardnerella vaginalis which has recently been linked to an increase in recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs) and Lactobacillus inners. OEM condoms factory offer you types of condoms. Email: