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Hello, I am 32 years old and I have two kids (and we are not planning more). This means that I am using contraception and lately it was foam. Still, I somehow feel insecure with it and I will perhaps switch to diaphragm. Anyway, I would like to know if contraceptive foam should be used with the diaphragm?

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Hmm, to be honest, I am not sure, although I think my wife once mentioned that those two simply should not be combined. I am not sure why, but that’s what she said. Honestly, I find all those things too complicated meaning that we prefer condoms to any other contraception. It provides almost 100 percent of safety in any possible way.
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dear Yvette I am 35 years old and have been using a diaphragm for many years. I have used contraceptive foam, contraceptive jelly and cream, and contragel with it and they all have all have worked for me. if you use a wide-seal milex diaphragm you can put a lot more on the inside of it to give you more protection.
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yes you certainly use foam with your diaphragm, also after inserting it you can also put some foam in your vagina. the only problem I see is that you may be leaking a little more than usual , but after pulling your diaphragm out in the morning douching will take care of that.
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use it with your diaphragm during your fertile days of the month which should be around 6 leaving your self extra protection. but I would still put some contraceptive jelly on the inside of it like you usually do. this has worked for my husband and myself for over 12 years.
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