Regular use of condoms hurts both partners to health

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As a result, research scientists have concluded that regular condom use negatively affects both the men's and women's health.

This conclusion of scientists is good news for fans of barrier contraception. Now you can go for a new assault on its second half, appealing to the latest scientific data and citing concern about her health: scientists believe that regular condom use negatively affects both the men's and women's health.

Condoms are known to make intercourse safer in terms of protection against sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted fertilization. However, its regular use is harmful to both partners. The negative impact occurs on hormonal and cardiovascular systems men and women, since the condom prevents the natural exchange of hormones during sex.

Sexologist Rinad Minvaleev explains that during intercourse, a man sends a woman androgens and estrogens in return receives.

" These hormones are important for the health of the cardiovascular system. If a woman does not get these hormones from the man, her body is forced to produce them himself, from which he begins to actively grow unwanted hair ".

Based on this discovery, the researchers insist that sex is the safest health - it is sex with a regular partner.
In addition, experts are encouraged to use both partners and other contraceptives.

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