About Last Night: What you need to know about the female condom
[Brisbane Times, 2/2/19] Q: Male condoms have been available for decades. Now, there is a female condom, but it is hard to find places that sell it. I’ve never seen them in pharmacies. Would you explain their advantages, and disadvantages, and why they are not readily available, please? I know that they are expensive.
A: The female condom is a pouch made of polyurethane or latex that fits into the vagina as a barrier method of contraception and safer sex protection. An internal ring fits over the cervix, and an external ring fits over the labia. Used correctly, it is as effective as the male condom, and, used in conjunction with a good quality personal lubricant, does not compromise a man’s pleasure……………..
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Jaelin Stickels, CNM, WHNP