Now in stock at our online store, Gygel, the UK’s number one spermicide.
Aside from being a bit of an inconvenience from a hygiene perspective, menstruation is actually a handy visible indicator of where in your reproductive cycle you are.
Thinking about making the switch to a diaphragm as your prefered contraceptive method? That's great news. But you can't just pop off to the shops and buy one. You really do need to visit your Doctor first. Here's why.
Probably THE most frequent question we receive is whether ContraGel can be used safely with condoms.
We receive lots of emails asking how ContraGel works and, if it's natural, how it can reliably kill spermicide? Many people question its safety as well.
So, in this post, we'll do our best to answer the above questions and more, so you can understand how spermicides such as ContraGel actually work.
As mentioned in previous posts, N-9 spermicides tend to irritate a large amount of their users because they contain the harsh chemical ingredient, nonoxynol-9 (N-9) which is also found in cleaning products. So what you need is a natural alternative.
Although no method of contraception can ever guarantee 100% protection, some women believe that certain homemade methods of contraception are effective ways to avoid pregnancy.
Since the sexual revolution of the 1960's when the diaphragm introduced instantly reversible, female controlled contraception to the world, the demand for spermicide to accompany it was immediatley created.
If you’ve been checking out your spermicide options to accompany your diaphragm or cervical cap, without a doubt you’ll have heard reference to N9. But just what is it and how could it be unsafe if it’s in a prescription health product?
If you’re looking to buy non-hormonal contraceptives in the UK, you need to read on. We will be offering products and education from here, on our new website.