It’s the first time when FDA approves Underwear To Protect against Sexually Transmitted Diseases. Now the first underwear to protect against STDs during oral sex has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Sexual Transmitted Disease
According to U. S. Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, sexually transmitted infections and diseases such as gonorrhea, herpes, and syphilis can be transmitted through oral sex. Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are commonly spread during oral sex and can lead to many complications if not treated in time. These complications can be limited to Urinary tract infections, systemic or localized.
The risk of transmitting infections like syphilis, gonorrhea, and herpes is very high during oral sex. However, the risk of H.I.V transmission is low during oral sex. But if you or your partner have aphthous ulcers or mouth ulcers, the risk of transmission of H.I.V. can increase many folds.
HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) is more easily transmissible from genital organs to the mouth and throat. Some types of HPVs even can cause Oral, Neck, or Throat cancers.
New Underwear To Protect against Sexually Transmitted Diseases
An ultrathin, Vanilla flavored, super-stretchy undergarment is authorized now by U. S. FDA. The New Underwear To Protect against Sexually Transmitted Diseases will be a new choice to get protection from STDs during oral sex.
More specifically, it’s about sexually transmitted diseases and flavored panties, and undergarments to protect against STDs during oral sex. The Food and Drug Administration has authorized the panties to be considered a protection against STDs that can be transmitted from the anus or vagina during oral sex.
How It protects against STDs?
Lorals – which are available as panties and bikinis or shorties are made of vanilla-flavored thin and stretchy latex same as the condom material. These are easy to use compared to Dental Dams and they are to be used only once, like condoms. This product forms a seal on the inside of the thighs to keep fluids in, developer Melanie Cristol told the New York Times.
Cristol’s Company will begin selling the underwear to protect against STDs and for infection control. Oral sex is not totally risk-free and there is always a big risk of transmission of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), and there is a growing need for such new-age protections.
Protection methods and offerings that are easy to use and enjoyable could reduce anxiety and increase pleasure around particular behavior, especially in teenagers.
Other Options to Protect against STDs
The only product previously authorized for protection during oral sex was a Dental Dam, a thin rectangular sheet of latex, that typically must be held in place with one partner’s hand to form a barrier and protection between the mouth and genitals.