Female Condoms, sometimes referred to as the Internal Condom provide hormone-free, latex-free protection against unintended pregnancy and STDs. And since FC2 can be inserted several hours prior, you can experience interruption-free intimacy.
Very often, Female Condoms referred to as the “Internal Condom”, since usage is not limited to females. Very often, men who have sex with men ill utilize the FC 2 condom, both for comfort and utility.
Consists of a nitrile (non-latex) sheath and outer ring, and a polyurethane inner ring. No spermicidal additives.
Lubricated with a silicone-based lubricant inside and out.
You can use oil or water-based lubricants with the FC2.
Pleasure for both partners. FC2 can increase stimulation because the material is natural feeling and warms to body temperature.
Current Product Expiry Date: September,2023
How To Use:
The Female Condom FC2 can be inserted up to 8 hours before sexual intercourse. It contains lubricant on the inside. It shouldn’t be used with a male condom. Use a new condom each time you have intercourse.
Spread the lubricant by rubbing the sides of the condom together. You can also add lubricant.
Find a comfortable position to insert the condom. Some women stand with one foot on a chair. Other women sit on the edge of a chair or lie down.
Insert one finger into the condom. With your other hand, squeeze together the closed end of the condom and place that end into your vagina. Use the finger inside the condom to push the closed end as far into the vagina as it will go.
The open end of the condom will hang about 2.5 centimetres outside your vagina.
During intercourse the penis should be inside the condom.
After ejaculation, remove the condom right away.
Twist the open outside ring to close off the condom and hold the semen inside before the condom is removed.
Pull the condom out before you stand up.
The female condom should be removed immediately after intercourse, while the woman is still lying down. The outside ring is twisted to close off the condom and hold the semen inside before the condom is removed.
A new condom should be used with each act of sexual intercourse.
Condoms and female condoms are the only methods of birth control that also help prevent sexually transmitted infections. Use condoms or female condoms every time you have sex to help protect yourself against STDs. That’s an important part of taking care of yourself.