Internal c*ndom or female c*ndom, is a non-h*rmonal barrier method of birth c*ntrol. But instead of going on a p*nis, it goes in a v*gina, which is why it’s also sometimes referred to as an internal c*ndom.
Below are some keys things to know about the female c*ndom;
1. It might provide greater protection against h*rpes.
That outer ring covers more surface area than a male c*ndom, meaning there’s less skin-to-skin g*nital contact during s*x. it is said that this could reduce the risk of tr*nsmitting skin-to-sk*n s*xual diseases like herpes or HP V, which male c*ndoms don’t fully protect against.
This isn’t something you should break out for the first time right before you have s*x. It takes a little bit of practice, and when it comes to pregnancy and ST I pr*tection you don’t want to just risk it. It is recommended that the woman inserts it once or twice on her own to get used to it.