FemCap is a cervical cap shaped like a sailor's hat with a flared brim that is designed to prevent it from being dislodged during intercourse. The FemCap covers the cervix, preventing sperm from entering. Clinical trials show that, when used in conjunction with Contraceptive gel, this non-invasive, non-hormonal contraceptive device is over 92% effective in the prevention of pregnancy.
One Femcap cervical cap Diaphragm pack contains:
Femcap cervical cap features:
FemCap is easy to use. The average woman can learn how to insert and remove FemCap in a few minutes and master its use in a few days. With practice, insertion can be as easy as putting in a tampon. For easy removal, FemCap has been designed with a convenient removal strap.To make the removal process even easier, you may choose to tie a cotton ribbon loop to the removal strap.
A woman inserts FemCap like a tampon and places it over her cervix prior to sexual activity. FemCap can be inserted up to 40 hours prior to sexual activity and left in place for up to six hours after. Detailed usage instructions are included with every purchase.
FemCap should be washed thoroughly with antibacterial hand soap and rinsed with tap water, then dried and stored in its container after each use.
Worldwide shipping in a plain and discreet plain packaging. You will receive a tracking number for your order to be able to trace at all times.
UK: Registered Mail: €3,95 (3-5 days working days) or Courier: €5,95 (1-2 working days) via Royal Mail
Spain & Portugal: €4,95 via DPD 3-5 days.
Germany, France, Holland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Eire, Italy, Denmark, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Czech Rep.: €8,95 via DPD. Estimated delivery 3-5 days working days.
Rest of the world: 15€ via DPD Estimated delivery 7 working days or more depending on the country.
Dr. Alfred Shihata, MD is the inventor of FemCap and FemmyCycle, as well as the President and CEO of FemCap, Inc., headquartered in Del Mar, California. In addition to his corporate duties he focuses on advocating for women’s reproductive health and the prevention of STIs/HIV. Dr. Shihata is also in the process of developing a novel delivery system for microbicide using FemCap cervical cap.