Our expert says:
Hi, The Best, here ! Good idea to use condoms as well. There's a snag with the idea of sex without a condom but putting a condom on before he ejaculates --- before ejaculation, his precum juices can contein enough sperm to create a pregnancy.
Now, that itch does indeed sound like it could be a latex allergy, which is much more common than people realize. Unless there a degree of allergy to any extra lubricant you might use ?
See a doc, as they can do skin tests to confirm what sort of allergy it is, as, as Paul indicates, if it's lubricant or spermicide, it may be easier to avoid. Some come with talc and some folks might be irritated by talc. I dont know enough to know if there are non-latex condoms available reasonably readily, but your local family planning clinic should know. I know there are special gloves for surgeons with latex allergy, so substitute substances do exist.
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