Kenyan men demand bigger condoms from government
Are the current condoms too small?
The officer in charge of Comprehensive Care Centre in Galole sub county said, "Some women say their partners refuse to use condoms because they are too tight."
The men complained of restrictive blood flow when they used condoms during intercourse.
They want larger condoms for freer flow of blood.
There is a rising number of HIV infections in Tana River with over 2, 000 residents living with HIV in Galole.
Contributing to this is unprotected sex, culture, lack of HIV/AIDS awareness and no testing.
Majority of those infected are 13-26 year old girls, 20+ year old men, pregnant mothers and infants.
The HIV/AIDS coordinator of Galole recommended counselling and provision of anti-retro viral medication.
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