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Suppositories are inserted into the vagina at least twenty minutes before intercourse. They are supposed to melt and cover the cervix with spermicide. Intercourse should take place almost immediately after insertion to avoid the spermicide melting and being ineffective.

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Creams & Jellies

Spermicidal creams and jellies should be used in conjunction with another method of birth control, such as the condom or diaphragm. Spermicidal creams or jellies are useful lubricants and increase contraceptive protection when using a condom. For vaginal intercourse insert…

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