Three-dimensional visualization reconstructed from scanned human data. Anteriolateral view of female pelvis and reproductive organs, showing proper placement of a female condom within the vagina. A female condom is a female mechanical contraceptive made of polyurethane that blocks the entire vagina as well as the cervix so sperm cannot enter the uterus. It offers protection against STDs, but is not as effective as the male condom. Female condoms are available without a prescription. When used correctly, it has a failure rate of 21%.
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