Wondering if the industry as a whole is seeing this as well, I reached out to a silicone expert. Part of their job is biocompatibility testing and working with the FDA on K medical device submissions. I have become aware that some of the newer biocompatibility tests for sensitization allergenicityconducted as a part of no- or reduced-animal testing program, may not be suitable methods for testing the sensitization potential of silicone-based products.
When I first began collecting sex toys, I thought I was being smart by only purchasing the cheapest items on amazon. This was great for my wallet at the time, but it did some terrible things to my health. As it turns out, over ninety percent of the toys I bought were made of jelly or another toxic material.
Maybe these people told their doctor about their sex toy. Or, maybe, they used a lube with a nasty chemical in it that they have now reacted horribly to. I did vet these solutions with a midwife, but you may want to check with your own doctor first.
Latex Allergies Nothing ruins a good orgasm like really horrible itching. Although most genital itching has a pretty obvious cause — a sexually transmitted disease, razor burn, a yeast infection, or even chafing on dry skin — sometimes there's a stealthier culprit. What if the very products you're using to keep you safe from pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases are the ones that are giving you the symptoms that are driving you crazy? It could be that you have a latex allergy.
The other day I was reading an old blog post by Dr. Logan Levkoff in which she discussed how taboo the term "sex toy" is. When I read this, I swear I started snapping my fingers like a sorority girl straight out of Legally Blonde.
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