Flavored condoms are designed specifically for oral sex to add pleasant taste and smell.

These condoms contain flavoring agents, often sugars or artificial sweeteners, not found in regular condoms.

Sugars in flavored condoms can disrupt the vaginal pH balance, potentially causing yeast infections.

Artificial sweeteners in flavored condoms can irritate sensitive vaginal skin and mucous membranes.

Flavoring agents and chemicals can cause allergic reactions, leading to itching, redness, and swelling.

Flavored condoms should only be used for oral sex to avoid introducing sugars and irritants into the vaginal area.

Always check the ingredients for sugars or potential irritants before using flavored condoms.

Maintain good hygiene by washing your mouth and genital area after using flavored condoms to prevent infections.

For vaginal or anal sex, consider using non-flavored condoms to reduce the risk of infections.

Monitor for symptoms like itching, burning, and abnormal discharge after using flavored condoms, and seek medical advice if needed.