This Female Scientist May Have Invented The Perfect Condom

We can all admit to enjoying a little fun between the sheets. And we can also all admit that we would rather not contract the HIV virus while engaging in said fun between the sheets. That is why the news of a new, rubberless condom, is so incredible! Texas A&M University's, Mahua Choudhury, PhD may have just changed the world of safe s*x. Choudhury's condom is made from a durable, elastic, water-based polymer called hydrogel, a substance used in contact lenses. The hydrogel is infused with flavonoids -- a natural, plant based antioxidant. elite-daily-Condom [bctt tweet="This Female Scientist May Have Invented The Perfect Condom"] The flavonoids are the essential part of this innovation. In the event that a condom breaks, the flavonoids prevent the HIV virus from spreading. Choudhury believes that with proper development, this condom could change the way we look at HIV prevention. She says, "we are not only making a novel material for condoms to prevent the HIV infection, but we are also aiming to eradicate this infection if possible… it could be a life-saving thing." The condoms do so much more than give added HIV protection, they allow the condoms’ wearers to get and stay aroused. The flavonoids increase blood flow, which relaxes smooth muscles and increases nitric-oxide levels - all important things for achieving an erection. The condom still has six months remaining in its current round of trials. However, at this point, everything points to optimistic results. With any luck, this condom could change the world! What do you think of this news? Are you excited about this next level protection? Source: Elite Daily [caption id="attachment_122205" align="alignnone" width="100"]instagram logo @BodyRockOfficial[/caption] [caption id="attachment_122206" align="alignnone" width="100"]@BodyRockTV @BodyRockTV[/caption]

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