How to Use Female Condom Review
Female condom Review
A female condom is a polyurethane pouch that is tunnel shaped and is made of two circular ends. One end is closed and placed at the cervix, this is where the seamen is collected and the other end is open. The female condom is a barrier for pregnancy; it also protects a woman from Sexually Transmitted diseases like Aids, Syphilis etc.
How the Female Condom is used:
After you open the package carefully, choose your position to insert the condom, you could either raise your leg or squat or lie down based on your comfort level.
The closed flexible ring is placed is placed inside at the Cervix, this is smaller in size. The other end of the ring is open and bigger in size and is placed outside the vagina wall.
The spongy closed side of the ring should be squeezed and inserted inside by either standing up on one foot or squatting, you need to push it in until it can?t go any further. Use two fingers to push it in.
Make sure the sponge starts opening up as you push it inside. The open side of the ring hangs outside the vagina walls.
The penis should go correctly into the female condom without it slipping. Make sure to use enough lubricant for it to stay in place during sex.
One can?t use both the female and the male condoms at a time as it could cause friction and the condoms may break.
If by chance the condom slips off during intercourse or if the penis enters the vagina, make sure you stop immediately and take the condom out and use a new one with more lubricant on the penis or the opening of the sheath.
To remove the condom, you need to squeeze the end of the condom and then twist it and pull the condom out. Make sure the semen stays inside the pouch while you pull it out. Throw the condom in the garbage bin, Do not flush it. The female is meant for one time use only just like the male condom.
The female condom might be slightly difficult to use for a first time user but with practice it gets quite easy.
Pros & Cons of Female Condoms:
It?s the only form of contraceptive device that helps prevent the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases.
One does not need a prescription to get a female condom.
The female condoms are easy to carry, small and disposable.
It?s less likely to break and cause an allergic reaction.
A man does not have to be fully erect if his partner is using the female condom.
People who are generally allergic to latex are able to use products made of polyurethane.
It may be more expensive at some countries.
The outer closed ring hanging at the vagina walls might cause an irritation during sex.
Some women might find the female condoms hard to insert and take off.
All in all the female condom is a very good method for contraception. At the beginning it could get a little difficult to use but once you get the hang of it, you could just slide it in, arrange the outer ring and you?re ready to go. It?s great that you don?t really have to be bothered about the condom slipping off, the condom breaking or making sure your man is erect.
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