FC2 Female Condoms, 12 Count

January 13, 2019 - Comment

FC2 Female Condom is the only FDA approved female condom on the market. The FC2 is a thin, soft sheath made from synthetic rubber (non-latex) which is worn inside the vagina. There is a flexible ring at each end. The inner ring at the closed end of the sheath is used to insert the condom

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FC2 Female Condom is the only FDA approved female condom on the market. The FC2 is a thin, soft sheath made from synthetic rubber (non-latex) which is worn inside the vagina. There is a flexible ring at each end. The inner ring at the closed end of the sheath is used to insert the condom inside the vagina and to hold it in place during intercourse. The rolled outer ring at the open end of the sheath remains outside the vagina and covers part of the external genitalia. The pre-lubricated FC2 Female Condom provides hormone-free, latex-free protection against unintended pregnancy and STDs. And since you can put it in early, and your partner doesn’t have to pull out right after sex, it can offer interruption-free intimacy.

Product Features

  • FDA approved Class III Medical Device
  • The pre-lubricated FC2 Female Condom provides hormone-free, latex-free protection against unintended pregnancy, STDs, and HIV/AIDS.
  • FC2 is made of nitrile which is 3 times stronger than latex. No latex smell and perfect for those with latex allergies.
  • Both oil and water-based lubricants can be used with the FC2 Female Condom.
  • Over 20 years of studies have shown FC2 and its predecessor FC1 to be effective barriers against unintended pregnancy and STIs, including HIV

Comments

Anonymous says:

Latex free + large man I am allergic to latex and my boyfriend is an exceptionally large man. Because on this, these condoms, when worn as directed, tend to get pushed inside and lost in me.So, we started removing the inner ring and putting them on him instead. Win! There are no other latex free condoms that fit him, so this has solved that problem for us.

Anonymous says:

It still works fine if you remove the inner ring… I felt like I had to write a review after seeing so many reviews where people didn’t have success using these.You don’t have to leave the ring inside of it. You can remove the inside ring. Then it’s not uncomfortable at all. It’s easy to use and it works very well. You just need to make sure that the ring that stays outside doesn’t accidentally get tucked inside, because then you don’t have protection.Use lube on the inside and outside. The common complaint that I have…

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