What is Pharmatex used for?
What is Pharmatex used for?
Pharmatex is non-hormonal, locally applied contraceptive medication that destroy the sperms in the vagina. It should be used before sexual intercourse; the active ingredient has a spermicide effect (destroying the sperms) as it paralyzes the movement of sperms and then breaks them down.
What are the 4 types of spermicides?
Spermicide comes in many different forms: creams, gels, film, foams, and suppositories (soft inserts that melt into a cream inside your vagina). There are lots of different spermicide brands and types out there, but they all work in a similar way — blocking the cervix and stopping sperm from moving.
What is the meaning of spermicide?
substance that kills sperm
Listen to pronunciation. (SPER-mih-side) A chemical substance that kills sperm and is used as a type of birth control. It is available over-the-counter (without a doctor’s order) and comes in many different forms such as cream, gel, foam, and suppository.
What type of spermicide is most effective?
Healthline’s picks for the best spermicide products
- Trojan Ultra Thin Spermicidal Lubricant Condoms.
- Trojan ENZ Armor Spermicidal Lubricant Condoms.
- Trojan Ultra Ribbed Spermicidal Lubricant Condoms.
- VCF Vaginal Contraceptive Film.
- ForPlay PrePair Spermicidal Water-Based Personal Lubricant.
- VCF Vaginal Contraceptive Gel.
Do condoms have spermicide?
Condoms are a form of barrier birth control, and they come in many varieties. Some condoms come coated with spermicide, which is a type of chemical that damages sperm. The spermicide most often used on condoms is nonoxynol-9. When used as directed, condoms can protect against pregnancy 98 percent of the time.
Why do condoms turn red?
“Once the bodily fluids come into contact with the latex, if the person does have some sort of STI, it will cause a reaction through antibodies and antigens hanging on to each other, which triggers an antibody reaction causing a colour change,” Ali explained.
Can spermicide cause pregnancy?
But using spermicide perfectly is hard, so in reality about 28 out of 100 people who use spermicide become pregnant every year — that means spermicide is 72% effective at preventing pregnancy. Using spermicide alone isn’t the most effective way to prevent pregnancy, but it’s better than using no birth control at all.
What are black condoms?
EXS Black Latex Condoms are great for mixing things up in the bedroom, the unusual all black condom helps to achieve that erotic look. The extra latex on the wide flared tip of EXS Black Latex Condoms provides more comfort, and actually stimulates your partner. Suitable for vaginal and oral use.
What are the blue condoms?
People have relied on Trojan ENZ™ condoms for years as the standard for safety, pleasure and a snug fit. And these blue Trojans come standard with silky smooth lubricant for comfort and sensation.