Unformatted text preview: result from multiplication of bacteria that spread to the bloodstream and cause high fever, rash, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and rapid drop in blood pressure. Hope, You are correct; the use of spermicides can have a negative effect, and can cause irritation for some users. Since there is no evidence that using a spermicide with condoms reduces the risk of pregnancy, it may be better for some individuals to use lubricate on the condoms instead of the spermicides to reduce the risk of catching diseases. Carol, I agree with you, it is very important to get all the facts about any method first, and then decide which one is best suited depending on each individual circumstances, like age, health, allergies, and any existing diseases. Knowledge about all the side affects is very crucial to reduce any risks involve in taking any of these precautions....
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- Spring '10
- Chlamydia infection, Condom, urinary tract infection, Spermicide