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Female Condom (FC2) - Summary

Female condoms, marketed under the brand FC2 Female Condom is a type of condom used by women primarily for the purpose of reducing the likelihood of an unwanted pregnancy. In many cases, the cost of a female condom is covered by insurance when prescribed by a medical provider. People in need of a female condom prescription can use Push Health to connect with a medical provider who can prescribe a female condom when appropriate to do so.

What Is A Female Condom?

What is a female condom? Also known as a universal or insertive condom, the female condom consists of soft, flexible rings on the ends with a loose, thin pouch in the middle. One end of the female condom stays outside of the vagina while the other end fits inside and is meant to hold it in place during sex. Female condoms are made of a non-latex material called nitrile and can be considered a form of birth control as it helps prevent unwanted pregnancies. Female condoms are lubricated.

FC2 Female Condom - Usage and Cost

Some women wonder how a female condom is used. The female condom is single use and is generally inserted into the vagina up to eight hours prior to having sex (see the package insert for directions prior to use). After use, the female condom is removed by twisting the outer ring and carefully pulling it gently out. The FC2 Female Condom is moderately expensive when purchased out of pocket, costing up to $15 per female condom at many pharmacies. When using insurance, the cost of the female condom is often covered. Also, FC2 Female Condom coupons may be available online at times.

Can I Buy A Female Condom Online?

The FC2 Female Condom is available over the counter (OTC) and does not require a prescription. However, many insurance plans will cover the cost of a female condom when prescribed by a medical provider. Women who are interested in getting a female condom prescription can use Push Health to connect with a licensed medical provider who can prescribe the FC2 Female Condom when safe and appropriate to do so.

FC2 Female Condom - Side Effects

The FC2 Female Condom can cause side effects, including pain, irritation and infection. It is also important to know that the female condom is not 100% effective at preventing pregnancy and does not prevent the transmission of a sexually transmitted infection. The female condom and male condoms should not be used at the same time. Women with a hypersensitivity or allergy to the female condom should not use it. Questions about how to use a female condom should be discussed with one's medical provider and pharmacist before use.

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Last updated May 10, 2021. Given the evolving nature of medicine and science, this information might not be accurate and should not be construed as medical advice or diagnosis / treatment recommendations. Please consult a licensed medical provider if you have additional questions. Please call 911 immediately or go to the nearest emergency room if you believe you are experiencing a medical emergency.