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A "female condom" is a plastic sheath that can be inserted into the vagina. The condom has rings at both ends to hold it in place.

To learn now to insert a female condom with visuals, see:

Be aware that a female condom can break or tear. It should be checked periodically during sex.

Female condoms can be purchased in a drug store, adult shops or online.

If you have any questions about how to use a dental dam or plastic wrap, speak with your doctor or pharmacist.