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I have been giving my current boyfriend oral sex with the tropical flavors condoms from Durex for over a year. I just wanted to know if whether or not the condoms protect against all bacteria and disease during oral. The reason is sometimes I get a sore throat after giving oral, and wasn't sure if its from the condoms or what? I would really like to know, thanks!!!
Hmmm. If you're using condoms properly, I don't see how any bacteria could be escaping. I wonder if the flavoring isn't occasionally irritating your throat? Why not try flavorless for awhile? Also be sure you're holding on tight to the base of the condom so you're absolutely SURE that no fluids are leaking out. If sore throats continue, get tested for oral thrush, gonorrhea, etc. Dr. J
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