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Penis Rash? How to Spot a Latex Allergy

Posted by John Dugan on Monday, June 11, 2018, In : Men's Health 

For many men, allergies are just a fact of life. But what to do if one has an allergic reaction to latex, the material that most condoms are made of? Condoms, of course, are an essential step to engaging in safe sex, making an allergy a real problem to manage. But a penis latex allergy is no reason to risk contracting a sexually transmitted disease. Luckily, for men that deal with this affliction there are many non-latex condom options on the market.

How to Detect a Latex Allergy

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Penis Health Primer: Signs of a Latex Allergy

Posted by John Dugan on Monday, April 9, 2018, In : Men's Health 

When the savvy guy engages in any penetrative sexual activity, he does it the right way - by wearing a condom. Taking care to avoid sexually transmitted infections is a key component of excellent penis care, and most men are very astute in this regard. However, there are some cases where a man does the responsible thing, slips on a condom, and then pays a strange price later - the itching, burning, swelling, rashing and other symptoms that indicate a latex allergy. How can a man be expected ...


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Exploring Penis Problems: What’s a Semen Allergy?

Posted by John Dugan on Saturday, December 23, 2017, In : Men's Health 

There are some penis problems that seem to make perfect sense. Got a sore penis? That might be the result of overzealous masturbation or a little too much sex (hard to believe there is such a thing!). Got an itchy penis? That might be the result of using a different cleanser or skipping a night of using moisturizing cream for the penis. But what about a semen allergy? Even the best penis care aficionado might not have an answer for that one!

What’s a semen allergy?

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Penis Rash from Allergy: What to Know

Posted by John Dugan on Monday, October 9, 2017, In : Men's Health 

When proudly unveiling the manhood, a guy wants to be sure that his equipment is going to make the best possible impression. That’s less likely to happen if a penis rash is present, causing his otherwise impressive member to look unhealthy - and possibly raising worries about his overall sexual and penis health. Many partners may worry that a penis rash could be a sign of some form of sexually-transmitted infection, but it’s very likely to be the result of something much more mundane - s...


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Is that Penis Rash Caused by a Latex Allergy?

Posted by John Dugan on Monday, December 19, 2016, In : Men's Health 

For most men, using a condom is easy and straightforward. But for some, even though things might seem fine at first, within hours they wind up with a serious penis rash, itching, redness and even swelling, all of which can be rather frightening. This is the reality for those who suffer from a latex allergy. For men who have this problem, attention to good penis care includes doing whatever necessary to avoid latex condoms. The good news is that there are plenty of other options out there.

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Penis Health Maintenance: Managing a Latex Allergy

Posted by John Dugan on Monday, October 26, 2015, In : Men's Health 

A bit of redness on the manhood after a bout of vigorous sex is completely natural. But some men may notice more severe effects, such as itching and hives. In the interest of maintaining penis health, it’s imperative for men to know what may be causing such symptoms, such as a sexually transmitted infection. For men with a latex allergy, the answer will likely be as simple as the condom they used.

The following information will help men better understand latex allergy and their options f...


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Itchy Penis Problem - Latex Allergies and Condoms

Posted by John Dugan on Monday, January 12, 2015, In : Men's Health 

At some point, every man has an itchy penis, and for any number of reasons. For some men, the list of reasons may include an allergic reaction to latex. Since practicing proper penis health may at times require wearing latex condoms, a man with a latex allergy may be presented with a special challenge: how to keep from having an incredibly itchy penis (or worse) while still practicing appropriate sexual health care?

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Itchy Penis Skin - Could a Condom Be the Cause?

Posted by John Dugan on Wednesday, October 15, 2014, In : Men's Health 

Some itchy penis triggers are easy to spot. If a man gets bitten by a bug and then develops an urgent need to scratch, for example, he likely knows just what happened and what to do about it. But there are some itch-producing substances that are a little harder to identify. Condoms are a great example. These covers can help prevent pregnancy and some types of sexually transmitted diseases, but some men develop rash-like symptoms when they use products made of latex. Could allergies be the ca...


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Dry Itchy Penile Skin – Could It Be an Allergy to Vaginal Fluid?

Posted by John Dugan on Monday, July 7, 2014, In : Men's Health 

It is not uncommon to hear from men - or their female partners - that they believe they have a skin allergy to a woman’s vaginal fluid; and it can be easy to understand why men who have frequent problems with dry, itchy penile skin after sex might think so. Men who have adverse reactions following intimate contact may feel frustrated or even angry and blame their condition on a partner - and this, of course, can lead to serious relationship problems. Fortunately, while there may be a real ...


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Semen Allergy - When Sex May Lead to Pain

Posted by John Dugan on Tuesday, December 24, 2013, In : Men's Health 

Allergies. Some people puff up at the mere sight of a peanut; others get itchy and blotchy if a furry friend is in the neighborhood; and some sneeze at dust and pollen. Allergies are not uncommon, and more people are aware of them - which is good news for those individuals who need soy-free, nut-free, dairy-free and gluten-free foods. But what happens when one is plagued with a slightly more unusual allergy?

A semen allergy is one such allergy that most people haven’t even heard of - and...


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Penis Pain and Irritation - When Condoms are to Blame

Posted by John Dugan on Wednesday, August 21, 2013, In : Men's Health 

Most men wear condoms in order to avoid penis pain and other problems. The little slip of material can thwart all kinds of nasty germs that are just waiting to invade, and blocking that infection could mean keeping sharp tingles of discomfort at bay. However, newer condoms sometimes come with fancy bells and whistles that could end up damaging sensitive skin, and the resulting pain can be intense. Staying safe might mean staying conventional for some men, but should they chose to walk on the...


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Coping with an Itchy Penis - Could it Be an Allergic Reaction?

Posted by John Dugan on Monday, July 1, 2013, In : Men's Health 

Men who have allergies - whether to nuts, insect bites, plant materials, or any other substance found in their environment - are often at risk for allergic skin reactions which can result in an itchy penis, swelling, and a world of pain and misery. Avoiding these substances is, of course, the first line of defense in dealing with a penis allergy, but this is not always possible. When an allergic reaction occurs, some penis care tips can help to soothe the pain; and being aware of some common...


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Painful And Itchy Penis - It Could Be A Latex Allergy

Posted by John Dugan on Thursday, December 13, 2012, In : Men’s Issues 
Condoms are an integral tool in the fight against sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancies. When a condom is used right, that barrier can keep diseases out and can keep fertile eggs from meeting up with willing sperm. Unfortunately, most condoms are made of latex, and experts suggest that about 6 percent of the population is allergic to this substance. Proper penis care can help ease a latex reaction, and buying less inflammatory products in the future can keep new outbreaks fro...

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