WELLNESS

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  • I'M SPERMICIDE! I ALWAYS STOP SPERM FROM MOVING TO THE UTERUS!
  • Spermicide isn't as great as you might think! It doesn't even protect against STI's! The common side effects are: -Irritation in the vagina and surrounding skin or on the partner’s penis -Burning urination -Recurring urinary tract infections -Persistent vaginal irritation
  • Hey! WE ARE SPERM! ALL WE WANT TO DO IS FERTILIZE SOME EGGS!
  • I SEE YOU SPERMS!
  • Spermicide is one of the birth control barriers that are less effective at preventing pregnancy, than other barrier methods. The failure rate is about 28% for typical use. Hopefully it can get them this time!
  • RUN!
  • Spermicide refers to a broad range of creams, films, foams, gels. A spermicide is inserted deep into the vagina and stops the sperm from moving through the cervix and into the uterus. Most spermicides must be placed in the vagina at least 10-15 minutes before sex so it has enough time to dissolve and spread.
  • HE GOT AWAY!
  • HAHA MAYBE NEXT TIME... NOT!
  • SPERMICIDE WASN'T ABLE TO STOP ME! JUST ONE OF IT'S MANY FLAWS! YOU REALLY GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR!
  • About 28 out of 100 typical couples who use Spermicide will have an accidental pregnancy. Nonoxynol-9, an ingredient in Spermicide, can cause changes in the sensitive skin, which can make a woman more susceptible to HIV and STI transmission. It is available in most drug stores and supermarkets. Depending on the type of Spermicide chosen, it costs about $0.60 to $3.
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