Item No. 8009058
VCF vaginal contraceptive film is an effective, yet safe birth control that provides powerful protection. Containing spermicide, VCF vaginal contraceptive film works to prevent pregnancy by killing sperm on contact. The long-lasting formula is specially-designed to provide up to three hours of protection. Not to be used in place of condoms. Proudly made in the USA.
- Vaginal Contraceptive Film 28% nonoxynol for the prevention of pregnancy
- The dissolving contraceptive you both cannot feel
- It Contains the spermicide doctors recommend most
- VCF is a translucent square of material containing the active ingredient Nonoxynol-9, a widely used highly efficient spermicide
- This item may be eligible for FSA and HSA reimbursement. For any questions you may have regarding FSAs or HSAs, please browse our FAQ.
|Product Name||VCF Vaginal Contraceptive Film, Dissolving - 9 ct|
|Country of Manufacture||United States|
|Ingredient Preference||Made in the USA|
Before using this product, read the enclosed package insert for complete directions and information. Be sure your fingers are dry before touching the film. Insert one film and place as far into the vagina as possible against the cervix. Insert vcf not less than 15 minutes and not more than 3 hours before intercourse. Use one film before each act of intercourse. Store at 58-86 degree f (15-30 degrees c)
Glycerin, polyvinyl alcohol, purified water
For vaginal use only. Not for rectal (anal) use. Sexually transmitted disease (stds) alert: this product does not protect against hiv/aids or other stds and may increase the risk of getting hiv from an infected partner. Do not use if you or your sex partner has hiv/aids. If you do not know if you or your sex partner is infected, choose another form of birth control. When using this product you may get vaginal irritation (burning, itching or a rash). Stop use and ask a doctor if you or your partner get burning, itching, a rash, or other irritation of the vagina or penis. Keep out of reach of children. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a poison control center right away.