Birth Control Film

Birth Control Film
September 15, 2010 Kim Goldman

Birth control film is a form of spermicide that is placed in the woman’s vagina before sex. It is a small flexible square that turns into a gel to block the woman’s cervix and destroy the sperm. It works best when used with a condom or another form of birth control.

Facts about Birth Control Film

  • It is small and easy to carry with you.
  • It is available in drug stores without a prescription. It causes few health problems.
  • You must wait at least 15 minutes for the film to dissolve before you have sex.
  • Film only lasts for 1 hour.
  • It sometimes irritates the penis or vagina.
  • It does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases.
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