These Contraceptives Feature a Hydrogel Polymer to Battle AIDS

By: Misel Saban - Dec 8, 2015
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These new-age condom designs put together by Mahua Choudhury at the Texas A&M Health Science Center that substitutes latex materials for a hydrogel polymer that features ingredients proven to be affective to battle AIDS and HIV. The chemical blend cleverly includes antioxidants to combat the virus while simultaneously increasing pleasure.

The revolutionary condoms creatively rely on an all-new material as the base of the product's construction. The hydrogel polymer is a chemical compound that provides the same type of coverage and protection of a latex version, but with the added anti-AIDS and HIV benefits thanks to the plant-base material. The new design also offers more resistance to breakage which is ideal as a condom's effectiveness becomes greatly lowered if ripped.