Diaphragm - GOR-21072H
Diaphragm with spermicide and applicator birth control devices-barrier contraceptive.
When used correctly and consistently and with a spermicide, the diaphragm can be an effective method of contraception. The diaphragm is a thin latex membrane attached to a flexible ring, forming a shallow cup.
It can be inserted up to six hours prior to intercourse and must be left in place for at least six hours ( but not more than twenty-four hours) afterwards. Insert every time before sex Does not protect against STIs