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VCF Film Review – Vaginal Contraceptive Film Review

Among the many available options for birth control includes VCF Film. Vaginal Contraceptive Film is an easy and effective way to help prevent unwanted pregnancies. In this video, I review, apply demonstrate and share my thought regarding vcf film.

While VCF Film can help prevent pregnancy, it WILL NOT prevent sexually transmitted diseases. I learned this the hard way.

From the distributor ( Apothecus Pharmaceutical Corporation ):
” For prevention of pregnancy. Begins to dissolve instantly. No hormonal side effects. Kills sperms on contact. Sexually enhancing. Lasts up to 3 hours! Contains the spermicide doctors recommend most. The dissolving contraceptive you both can’t feel! VCF is tested by independent laboratories for determination of sperm inactivating qualities, using the I.P.P.F. agreed protocol. What is VCF? VCF is a translucent square of material containing the active ingredient nonoxynol-9, a widely used highly efficient spermicide. Placed high in the vagina as close as possible to the neck of the womb (cervix), it dissolves into a gel which exerts a powerful contraceptive effect against sperm. It is a potent spermicidal agent used successfully by millions of women. You won’t even know it’s there. It becomes unnoticeable by either partner. Because VCF is small and unnoticed in use, it can be used discreetly by the woman. It does not run and will not stain. VCF is eventually washed away with the natural body fluids. Use one VCF film before each act of intercourse. Before using, follow instructional leaflet exactly. The best source of information on the use of contraceptives is your family physician or family planning clinic. Made in U.S.A. ”

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