- description -
Ormelle is a female transparent lubricated condom that provides dual protection and it's effective in preventing both pregnancies and STIs. It's inserted inside the vagina before the intercourse and it's as effective as a male condom. The WHO and the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) encourage the use of a female condom, in order to respond to the need of women and men regarding sexual and reproductive health.
Ormelle is made of a latex pouch: on one hand it has an elastic plastic ring and on the other an integrated, outer round edge. The plastic ring makes sure that the pouch stays in the vagina.
This is a strong, soft, trasparent and disposable condom, only 0.07mm thick. Each package comes with 5 pieces and an illustrated instruction manual.
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- how to use -
Open the package with your hands (avoid using your teeth or anything else that can damage the condom). Fold the inner ring and push it up inside with your finger (insert it as you would do with a tampon or a menstrual cup). The inner ring rests against the cervix to keep Ormelle in place. If you are not certain if it is far enough, most often Ormelle will be pushed all the way into place with penetration. If you feel discomfort, take it out and try again. The outer ring rests against the outer skin to form another level of protection, possibly covering part of the vulva. It should keep the same position during the intercourse. For removal, twist before removing. At the end of the intercourse, pull Ormelle out, check if it's not broken, tie it with a knot and throw it away in the mixed waste.
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