Mayer Laboratories FC Female Latex Free Condom
Mayer Laboratories FC Female Latex Free Condom is a soft, thin, transparent sheath designed to fit comfortably inside the woman’s body. Formerly called Reality Female Condom, fc female condom is the first and only FDA approved female-initiated barrier method that provides women with options and control. fc female condoms can be inserted moments or hours before sex, eliminating inconvenient interruptions and allowing for complete spontaneity. fc female condom is roomy, providing men with comfort and freedom of movement, while providing women with more stimulation during sex.
Made of polyurethane (non-latex), fc female condom allows more heat to transfer between bodies, resulting in that natural feeling that many desire. Non-latex also means it is safe for use by those that have latex allergies. Its polyurethane design gives couples the ability to use a variety of personal lubricants, including oil based varieties.FC Female Condom Dimensions
With a length of 6.7 inches, fc female condom fits nicely inside any woman’s body. Its width of 3.1 inches provides extra room for a man of any size. To maximize sensation, fc female condom has a thinness of only .0020 inches, a level similar to some ultra thin male latex condoms. fc female condom also comes generously lubricated inside and out with a soft silicone lubricant to enhance comfort. Each box of fc female condoms also includes an extra bottle of lubricant for those who want more lubrication.
- Length: 6.7 in
- Width: 3.1 in
- Thickness: .0020 in
- Lubricant: Silicone
- Material: Polyurethane
Sensual feeling and convenience has made fc female condom a preferred choice among men and women!
FC Female Condom Myths
With so much information available, it’s sometimes difficult to distinguish truth from myth. Below we uncover various myths about fc female condoms and explain what’s true and what’s not.
The female condom can get lost inside of the woman’s body.
False – The female condom cannot be lost inside of the woman’s body. The tiny opening known as the cervix is too small to allow a condom into the body.
If sex is too rough (wild) the female condom can slip out during sex.
False – When the female condom is inserted into the vagina, the inner ring is placed behind the pubic bone which holds the condom in place during sex. Rough sex will not cause the female condom to slip off; however, slippage may occur if not enough lubricant is used.
Female condoms make noise during sex.
True – The female condom can make noise during sex if it is not adequately lubricated. Increasing lubrication can diminish or eliminate any noise during use.
Larger sized women cannot use the female condom.False – Any woman can use the female condom; however larger women may experience more difficulty inserting the condom. An easy solution is allowing the partner to help.
A female condom can be used multiple times if cleaned properly.
False – The female condom is approved by the FDA for one time use only; however, many publications state otherwise. Because many people report reuse of the female condom, the WHO, UNAIDS and USAID among others have conducted studies to investigate the safety of disinfection:" ":ondoms. When two condoms are combined, the friction that results can cause either or both condoms to slip or tear, and/or push the outer ring of the female condom into the vagina.
The rings on both ends of the female condom provide extra stimulation for women.
True – Many women state that the friction caused by the outer ring of the female condom increases sensation during sex by stimulating the clitoris. The inner ring of the female condom adds sensation because of the contact it makes with the inner walls of the vagina.
The female condom is much thicker than male latex condoms.
False – Although technological advances in male latex condoms have reduced their thickness significantly, because the female condom is made of polyurethane, its thickness remains the same or thinner than the standard latex condom.
Female condoms are approved for use with anal and oral sex.
False – It is known that some people use the female condom as a form of protection during anal sex and/or oral sex; however, currently the FDA has only approved the female condom for vaginal sex.
*NOTE: Because of the nature of this product we cannot accept returns and exchanges for the protection of our customers. Thank you for understanding.