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IN Health & Fitness ON 23 Dec, 2015
Most of the men use condom to avoid sexually transmitted infections and of course, it is used for birth control purpose too. But as everyone is getting older, our technologies are getting smarter and so are condoms. They are now being designed in a brilliant way.
Researchers from Texas A&M University Health Science Center have come up with a new idea; they have developed a new non-latex contraceptive. The "super condom" is both anti-HIV and more sexually pleasurable than traditional condoms.
"This condom is lined with hydrogen gel that will kill HIV- virus in the event of condoms breakage. To this, an antioxidant is also added which enhance the sexual pleasure for both partners."
"People say they don't want to use condoms because it doesn't have the same sexual pleasure," Mahua Choudhery, head researcher on the project, told the BBC.
According to Dr. Choudhery, "We know that we don't need FDA approval, and several companies are very interested in working with us".
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