Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Male Condom Gets an Upgrade

Time Magazine: Could a New 'Viagra Condom' Encourage Safer Sex?, by Meredith Melnick:

Condom The problem with condoms is that they don't get used as often as they should. But an innovative new product by a British biotech firm may change men's minds: called CSD500, the condom helps men keep their erection longer.

It's been dubbed the "Viagra condom," but that's not entirely accurate. The new product is lined with a vasodilating gel, which increases blood flow to the penis and helps maintain erection. But unlike the pill, it's not designed for men who have erectile dysfunction; rather, it's meant for men who have trouble keeping erectios specifically while using a condom. . . .

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