Benzocaine is a local anesthetic which has been around for quite some time now. It has many uses, but typically as a pain reliever works best for relieving unpleasant areas of oral discomfort.
Now it is being used under many different brand names around the world in condoms, but does that make them safe for guys to use?
The truth is that though these condoms can work wonders in helping a guy go the extra mile in bed, they have been known to cause major allergic reactions/irritations to any man who uses them. This isn’t to say that it happens to every guy, but it isn’t exactly rare at the same time.
Some of the common side effects that people may experience when using Benzocaine products are dizziness, itching, swelling, sweating and even headaches at times.
Now this is being used to help men control premature ejaculation by way of using it in condoms, and these are distributed by major manufactures of condoms, and are often times called desensitizing condoms.
Do they work though? Yes, they can work, but sometimes too well. For instance, some men have complained that although they could go for a really long time, they actually had trouble ejaculating and they ended going too long for her. The sad irony is that sometimes they can work too well.
The other drawback that some men may not like is that they do desensitize the penis, which ideally full experience of stimulation while controlling ejaculation would be the most desirable.
If you decide to use these, make sure that you do not get any on her in any way, just in case of the event of a reaction that she might experience.
Always wash yourself off afterwards. Its rarely a good idea to leave any of that stuff on your penis, as it may cause irritation to your genitals.
Finally, if you think that you are experiencing a reaction after having used a Benzocaine Condom, make sure that you go see a doctor first. Often times an STD can be mistaken for a reaction.