The Female Condom: What's It All about?


Have you ever considered using a female condom? They’re still quite mystical when it comes to methods of birth control, with many women dismissing them simply even as an idea, without knowing anything about them. So what should you know about the female condom? Here are the basics:

1. What is a Female Condom?

The first question that may be on your mind is simple: what is the female condom? The female condom is a lubricated pouch that is inserted into the vagina and is designed to lower the risk of both impregnation and sexually transmitted disease. The condom has a soft ring on each end in order to keep it in place when inserted.

It is Mostly Effective


Neecey Beresford
@Samanthaaruiz, The female condom is about 75% - 82% effective with normal use. When used correctly all of the time, female condoms are 95% effective. And that comes from the US Gov Library of Medicine.
Karen Wiseman
I personally know that #1 works 100%. I took my birth control pill 1/2 an hour late & got pregnant with identical twins, so my doctor assisted my tubes being tied & I haven't gotten pregnant since. My "babies" are now 25 yrs old.
The female condom is known to work 20%
Karen Wiseman
There is still three more ways that are 100% that you won't get pregnant. #1 You get your tubes tied in such a way it can't be reversed without a lot of difficulties. #2 You get a partial or complete ...
Good article otherwise. I love Neecey! But I don't think the female condom is for me.
Yes Suzi. Abstinence is the only 100% effective method! I didn't like these condoms, they are hard to keep in place. I'll keep it old school and stick to condoms designed for men
Trying to be*
What's with everyone trying to smart on here and prove dumb points. Everyone knows abstinence is 100% effective. : /
@Neecey & @Han. The pill is not 100% effective. Abstinence is the only method 100%. Just saying
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