Lambskin Condoms: What You Should Know

Lambskin condoms are made from the same material as human skin. They have a very similar feel to them when applied properly. However, they do not provide the protection of latex or polyurethane condoms. These materials offer better protection than lambskin condoms at a lower cost.

The main advantage of using lambskin condoms is their low price compared with other types of condoms available today. Because of their low price, they are popular among many couples because they allow the couple to use less money.

Another reason why lambskin condoms are so cheap is that they’re manufactured in China. Manufacturers there make them inexpensively and sell them cheaply throughout the world. The Chinese manufacture these products in such large quantities because it’s cheaper than making them domestically.

Because of their low price, most people don’t even realize that they exist!

However, lambskin condoms are not without their disadvantages. There are some things that you need to consider before deciding whether or not to use one.

Lambskin condoms are not approved for sexual activity by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration). Therefore, they may contain ingredients that could cause allergic reactions in some individuals. Some of these ingredients include phthalates which can lead to reproductive problems in males and estrogen which can affect fertility in females.

Another disadvantage of using a lambskin condoms is they don’t prevent the spread of STDs (Sexual Transmitted Diseases). They are susceptible to tearing, which means that the chance of spreading an STD during sexual activity is incredibly high.

Finally, because these types of condoms are so cheap, users can easily forget to dispose of them after use. As such, it’s important to remember to throw them away after use or else unwanted pregnancies and STDs may occur.

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Perceived versus actual knowledge about correct condom use among US adolescents: results from a national study by RA Crosby, WL Yarber – Journal of adolescent health, 2001 – Elsevier

Three Important Things You Should Know When Using a Condom by R Sivamani, M AP, V Shi –

HIV and AIDS: Are you at risk? by Centers for Disease Control, Prevention (US) – 2000 –