Curious about the FC2 Internal Condom? You’re in the right spot.

A female-first and latex-free way to protect yourself beyond pregnancy.

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Here’s why we love the FC2

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The FC2 protects against unintended pregnancies and greatly reduces the risk of an STI - enjoy sex knowing you’re protected.

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Latex Free

It is made of nitrile, a stronger and thinner material than latex, and transfers heat better which can make the FC2 feel more natural.

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Enhanced Pleasure

Its inner and outer rings have been reported to enhance pleasure for users.

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Also known as the female condom, it’s an empowering alternative to the male condom that can be inserted ahead of time or as part of foreplay.

How to get FC2

If you have insurance, simply complete your online consultation and the female condom will be included in your order as part of our Complete Care service!

Have a few more questions? 

Why use the FC2 Internal Condom over the male condom?

The male condom is similar to the FC2 in that both are great options to prevent pregnancy and STIs. However, the FC2 is more female-forward as it does not require an erection and can be used with any size penis. This means it can be inserted prior to penetration, so you can feel prepared. Read more reasons to use the FC2 over the male condom here.  

Does it increase my co-pay?

FC2 is typically 100% covered by insurance, so the out-of-pocket cost is usually $0. In the rare case a copay is required - you’ll hear from us!

What if I don't have insurance and want to use the FC2 Internal Condom?

Unfortunately at this time, we are only able to provide the FC2 to those with insurance. However we are working hard to constantly improve our services.

How effective is the FC2 Internal Condom at preventing pregnancy?

When used correctly, the female condom is 95% effective against pregnancy.

How to use a female condom?

We’ve detailed it step-by-step for you here.

Can I use lubricant with the FC2?

Yes, water-, oil-, and silicone-based lubricants are safe to use with the female condom.

What does it feel like when you use it?

Everybody’s experience using the female condom is different, so we can't say for sure what it will feel like for you. If you’re looking for more, read what this user’s experience was like using the FC2 for the first time here.