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Choosing The Best Spermicide Or Contraceptive Gel

Barrier contraceptives including Diaphragms, FemCap, and Caya, need a spermicide gel to be effective. Most spermicides, including Gygel, are made of Nonoxynol-9, a highly toxic chemical surfactant that kills sperm. But introducing harsh chemicals to your most intimate areas can lead to some uncomfortable problems. It interrupts the delicately balanced vaginal flora, and both women and men often complain of itchiness and irritation. ContraGel is the worlds leading natural spermicide alternative, allowing you to an embrace chemical-free contraception.

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ContraGel is a lactic acid-based spermicide alternative that works in two ways. First, it reduces the PH levels in the vagina making it inhospitable to sperm. Second, it's viscous consistency traps sperm to prevent it from swimming past any openings around the barrier contraceptive.

You are therefore protected on two fronts, significantly increasing the reliability of your contraception.

ContraGel effectivity and safety are well established. It is CE certified for use as a contraceptive gel to be used along with a barrier contraceptive. ContraGel has a long history of customer satisfaction and excellent ratings. It was manufactured from 1972 until 2003 under the name Contracep Green and more recently under the name ContraGel Green.

ContraGel is water soluble and safe to use with silicone diaphragms and cervical caps, as well as latex or polyurethane condoms. It is also determined to be specifically compatible with YES brand water based lubricants.

ContraGel Ingrédients: Water, Lactic Acid, Sodium Lactate, Methyl Cellulose, Sorbic Acid, Vanilla

The 60 gramme tube of ContraGel typically provides 15-20 applications. These numbers are based on the typical requirements of three to four ml applied to diaphragms and cervical caps for each act of intercourse. Additional ContraGel should be applied to the barrier with a finger or vaginal applicator if more then one act of intercourse occurs.

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