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Female Condom

by Bestvibe on October 25,2021

The female condom (also known as an internal condom) is a barrier contraceptive that is inserted into the vagina before sexual intercourse - the female condom protects against unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. People can enjoy sex more with a female condom because they feel safe knowing they are in control of their sexual and reproductive health. Female condoms require practice to insert properly.

The female condom can be inserted into the vagina for up to eight hours before having sex. Most have a flexible ring at each end - an inner ring to hold the condom inside the vagina and an outer ring to prevent the condom from being pushed into the vagina. The outer ring also covers part of the vulva.

Female condoms do not require an erection to be used, unlike male condoms, which require an erection before being put on. It can be inserted up to 8 hours before intercourse . Getting your partner to notice you inserting an internal condom can also be an initiation to foreplay.

The female condom does not need to be removed immediately after sex, but if your partner ejaculates, then it can become messy when you stand up. It is best to remove the female condom while lying down. Grab the outer ring of the condom and twist it a few times to seal in the ejaculatory fluid for quick and easy cleanup.

Female condoms are designed and approved for vaginal intercourse, but people also report using them for anal sex. Although both female and male condoms function as barrier methods, more research is needed to determine how female condoms prevent the transmission of sexually transmitted infections during anal sex. Female condoms are effective in preventing sexually transmitted infections during vaginal intercourse.

Female Condom