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FemCap for hormone free contraception

What Is The FemCap Cervical Cap?

FemCap is the hormone free birth control solution for the modern women. A small silicone cap is placed directly over the cervix to stop sperm from traveling towards the the uterus. Because pregnancy can only occur if sperm enters the cervix, travels up to the uterus, and meets a fertile egg, stopping the sperm's journey is really all that is needed to eliminate the risk of pregnancy at the root. Instead of turning off ovulation with hormonal birth control or implanting a foreign substance like a coil/IUD to stop implantation, FemCap creates a barrier between the cervix and the sperm.

 

Years of research went into designing the perfect cervical cap that would be comfortable, precise, and easy to use. It's a simple concept, with outstanding results.

 

FemCap is further unique because of it is the only female barrier contraceptive that does not require a fitting by a health care professional. This makes it easier than ever for women all over to the world to order a FemCap and start using the hormone free birth control method they deserve!

 

 

Choose The Correct Size: It's Simple

Diaphragm size is determined by the size of the vaginal canal, which changes often throughout a woman's life and can only be assessed by a trained health care professional. Because FemCap is placed directly on the cervix, which can ONLY be one of three sizes, choosing the correct FemCap size is drastically different than finding the correct diaphragm size.

 

After puberty, a woman's cervix size corresponds to a 22mm FemCap unless she becomes pregnant. Two weeks after conception, the cervix enlarges. This is important because even if a women miscarries early in the pregnancy and may not even be aware she conceived, her cervix size has changed, and a 26mm FemCap is now necessary. Vaginal delivery once again changes the cervix size; the correct size for someone who has had a vaginal delivery is 30mm.

 

This simple sizing system based on a woman's obstetric history means it is easy to self-size. This is key to providing effective barrier contraceptive solutions where access to health care professional for correct diaphragm sizing is not an option. Choose your size, order online, and you can start enjoying natural contraception immediately.

 

How to choose a FemCap size

 

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Unique Design

 

Soft Brim:Advancements in design resulted in one side of the brim being longer and one side being shorter, which prevents it from becoming dislodged during intercourse. It is soft and flexible, so that it remains comfortable for both partners during intercourse.

 

Dome:The dome is made from a highly durable silicone, which suctions to the tip of the cervix. The cervix always remains covered by the dome, even though the rest of the FemCap is designed to rotate during intercourse to accommodate different sexual positions.

 

Deep Groove:The Sperm is directed towards the deep groove holding ContraGel or spermicide.

 

Removal Strap: FemCap removal strap makes it easy to simply slip your finger through the strap and slide the FemCap down through the vaginal canal. This is a huge upgrade on traditional diaphragms, where users often struggled get a secure grip and comfortably remove the diaphragm.

 

Comparing FemCap and Diaphragms

The FemCap cervical cap, as the name suggests, caps the cervix like a thimble capping the thumb. This produces a tight suctioned seal, preventing sperm from entering the uterus. Contraceptive gel placed in the dome of the cap increases the suction and adds a second level of protection.

 

In contrast, a diaphragm sits inside the vaginal cavity and is held in place by muscular support from the sides of the vaginal cavity. Because FemCap is not designed to sit within the vaginal canal, but on top of the cervix, assessing the correct size is done in an entirely different manner. Diaphragms require a fitting by a trained health care professional, while FemCap does not.

 

Another benefit of the FemCap is its small size. Diaphragms are around the size of the palm of your hand, and can be intimidating and unwieldy. A FemCap is about a third of the size of an average size diaphragm, so it is often easier to get a hang of insertion and removal.

 

One of the main complaints against diaphragm use is that they are difficult to remove. The addition of a removal ring to FemCap allows you to simply gently press the dome of the FemCap to release any suction, and then slip your finger into the ring to gently slide it down the vaginal canal.

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    Price (Inc. VAT):
    £49.99
    • Silicone dome securely caps the cervix; brim holds contraceptive gel in place
    • Choose from 3 easy to determine sizes
    • Unlike a condom, does not interrupt skin-to-skin intimacy
    • FDA and Health Canada approved; EU / CE 0470 Certified
    • Made in the USA

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    FemCap is a small and easily inserted cervical cap constructed from strong, medical- grade, hypoallergenic silicone. The dome of the cap together with contraceptive gel, lightly suctions to the cervix, making it impossible for sperm to enter.

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