Nonoxynol-9

What is Nonoxynol-9?

It is a spermicide. It is usually used along with a barrier method of contraception such as the diaphragm or cervical cap (both used by the female partner). It increases the efficacy of the diaphragm method of contraception.

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The tip of penis burns constantly. I have struggled with the head of my penis feeling like its' on fire the last couple of months but that seems to...

doctor1 MD

Welcome to the forum.
I went through your painful history.
It is probably condom related or BXO or more commonly prostatitis.
This is confirmed by...

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what happens if today vaginal table is swalloed. Today Contrceptive Vaginal Tablet is swalloed, instead of keeping it in a vagina

doctor1 MD

hi Morecr,
thanks for the query.

Today vaginal tablet is made of polyurethane impregnated with 1gm of nonoxynol-9 as a spermicide.
nonoxynol-9...

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Dear Doctor,

I have a menstural cycle of 25 days, i.e., on the 25th day I usually get my periods. My last cycle started on the 27th of June which...

doctor1 MD

Hello,

Taking hormonal medication in previous cycle may delay your period for one week or more. Hormonal imbalance and mental stress are mostly...

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doctor1 MD

Dear Doctor,

I have a menstural cycle of 25 days, i.e., on the 25th day I usually get my periods. My last cycle started on the 27th of June which...

doctor1 MD

The tip of penis burns constantly. I have struggled with the head of my penis feeling like its' on fire the last couple of months but that seems to...

doctor1 MD

what happens if today vaginal table is swalloed. Today Contrceptive Vaginal Tablet is swalloed, instead of keeping it in a vagina

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