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Method 1 of 3: Prepare to Use the Female Condom


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    Understand the advantages and disadvantages of using a female condom. Before you commit to using a female condom, you should be aware of the advantages and disadvantages of using it instead of another form of birth control. Here are the pros and cons of using a female condom:[1][2]

    • Advantages:
      • The female condom does not require a prescription and is therefore pretty easy to get. You can find it in most drugstores and some supermarkets.
      • Female condoms let women share the responsibility for preventing infection.
      • Unlike the birth control pill, the female condom doesn’t have an effect on a woman’s natural hormones. (Though it may be used along with birth control pills for extra prevention, of course.)
      • It can stay in place even if the man loses his erection.
      • It can enhance your sexual experience. The external ring can stimulate the clitoris during vaginal intercourse.
      • It is made with polyurethane instead of latex and can therefore be used by people with a latex allergy.
      • It can be inserted up to a few hours before intercourse — and remember that you can use the bathroom while the condom is inserted.
    • Disadvantages:
      • The female condom may irritate the vagina, vulva, penis, or anus (if it’s being used anally).
      • It may slip into the vagina during intercourse.
      • It can be a bit tough to insert it, especially at first.
      • Wearing the female condom can create a louder noise during sex, though this can be controlled with more lubricant.