Spermicide and condom effectiveness


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A spermicide is any compound that can be used to kill sperm. Contraceptive foams, creams, suppositories, and films all contain spermicides. Furthermore, spermicides are needed for diaphragms and cervical caps to be effective. Many spermicides currently available in the United States contain nonoxynol-9 N

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Spermicides contain chemicals which destroys sperm on contact. The most common spermicide ingredient is called Nonoxynol Spermicides come in many different forms including: cream, gel, foam, suppositories, and film.

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Spermicide is a contraceptive substance that immobilizes or kills sperm before they enter the uterus. This single-use applicator contains a spermicide gel. Spermicide can be used alone or with a barrier method — such as a condom, diaphragm or cervical cap — to prevent pregnancy.

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In theory, it seems to make sense: If a condom contains spermicide—a chemical used to prevent pregnancy by wiping out sperm—it should be more effective, since the substance would kill whatever wily sperm happened to escape, especially during a condom break. But is it true that condoms with spermicide are more effective at warding off pregnancy or STDs? Not so, says Jamin Brahmbhatt, M. There is no reason to choose a condom with spermicide over one without it.