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female condom

n.
See condom.
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The female condom market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of over 20% during the period 2018-2024, thereby increasing the scope for the growth of the global condom market.
Following the completion of the development of the second-generation female condom, or FC2, in March 2007 and its approval as a Class III medical device, the company began selling it in the U.S.
class="MsoNormalApart from the ignorance on use of female condoms that would probably save lives during such scenarios, many of the residents have not come across the product.
A recent article from the Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society says it'll be easier for makers of female condoms to bring their product to market.
Displaying emotions, he added that, 'My lord, I once came across a female condom in her possession which I found devastating.
He assured women that the female condom was made from a soft plastic material called nitrile and that it was as effective as the male one when used correctly a.
Degendering the product name makes it more accessible to a larger number of people--including people who use it during anal intercourse, (3) and members of the LGBTQ community--since the term "female condom" reinforces the flawed notion that all women have vulvas and vaginas, and that all men have penises.
The Female Health Co, based in Chicago, Illinois, manufactures and markets the FC2 Female Condom (FC2).
The Global Condom Market is going to witness a dramatic shift in the sales of both male and female condoms. The factors such as growing popularity of female condom, increased effectiveness of family planning mandates and birth control measures, introduction of innovative condom distribution channels to expand reach & comprehensive sex education for teenagers are going to drive the market for next five years.
The female condom brings empowerment and choice to women, who can negotiate safer sex and take charge of their own protection against sexually transmitted infections.
According to the results, the television media publicizes the male condom over the female condom, whose information is, in most cases, in charge of health professionals.
The female condom is a female-initiated barrier method that offers potential for reducing the incidence of HIV, other STIs and unintended pregnancy.