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Contraception With A Diaphragm
- Until recently the ORTHO ALL-FLEX was the go-to diaphragm brand for prescribing diaphragms. Now withdrawn from the market, MILEX is the new standard.
- Milex sizing = Ortho sizing. Watch the short video above to see the difference. It's a spring thing!
- 60, 65, 70, 75, 80, 85 & 90mm sizes available
- Latex free
- Must be used with contraceptive gel such as ContraGel
Classic Barrier Contraception
Natural and effective birth control is attainable! A Doctor must determine your correct size, but when used properly, diaphragms are a whopping 94% effective.
Sizing of the Milex diaphragms is compatible with the discontinued Ortho All-Flex Brand.
Diaphragms are always in stock and ship the next working day.
Next Generation Diaphragm
The Caya is opening up the world of hormone free contraception.
It is designed to fit a wide range of women, eliminating the need for frequent resizing once your initial size is confirmed.
This 21st century diaphragm boast thinner yet stronger materials, a more flexible frame, and a radically different shape than traditional diaphragms.
We carry the (finally!) FDA approved Caya diaphragm and the traditional Milex brand of diaphragms, produced by Cooper Surgical in the USA. Sizing of the Milex diaphragms are identical to the now discontinued Ortho All Flex diaphragms. We have the Arcing and Omniflex style in 60mm, 65mm, 70mm, 75mm, 80mm, 85mm and 90mm sizes.
Because we are a a UK based company we don't need to see your diaphragm prescription, but you must be fitted by a qualified professional to know your exact diaphragm size.
IMPORTANT NOTE - The new Caya diaphragm its not a "one size fits all" diaphragm, but "one size fits most". You need to be fitted by a professional to know that your regular diaphragm size would fall in the 65-80mm range to know that you could safely select the Caya. If you have problems accessing a doctor who can fit you for a diaphragm, check out the FemCap. FemCap size corresponds to cervix size, which changes only based of pregnancy and childbirth, whereas diaphragm sizing corresponds to the vaginal canal which can change much more frequently.