Options Gynol II Vaginal Contraceptive Jelly
Options Gynol II Vaginal Contraceptive Jelly

Options Gynol II Vaginal Contraceptive Jelly

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Description


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Original Formula | With Nonoxynol-9 | Effective Birth Control

Original Formula

For Use with Diaphragm for the Prevention of Pregnancy

no hormonal side effects

easy-to-use

With Applicator

OptionsВ® offers women a full-range of easy-to use contraceptive product forms that are highly effective, and non-hormonal. OptionsВ© Gynol IIВ® Contraceptive Jelly is clear, unscented, water-soluble, and greaseless. It is mildly lubricating, non-staining and it contains Nonoxynol-9, which provides effective protection when used with a diaphragm. It is designed specifically for use with a diaphragm, since a diaphragm alone is not effective protection against pregnancy. The diaphragm and OptionsВ© Gynol IIВ® Contraceptive Jelly are effective up to six hours. For best protection against pregnancy, follow the enclosed instruction circular exactly.

Failure Rates, 1 Year

Spermicides, (e.g. Gynol IIВ®)

Correct and Consistent Use (1) - 6%*

Typical Use (2) - 26%

Diaphragm

Correct and Consistent Use (1) - 6%

Typical Use (2) - 20%

Male Latex Condom

Correct and Consistent Use (1) - 3%

Typical Use (2) - 14%

Unprotected

Correct and Consistent Use (1) - N/A%

Typical Use (2) - 85%

Hatcher RA, Trussell J, Stewart F, et al. Contraceptive Technology. New York, NY: Irvington Publishers, 1998,

(1) Using the method correctly every time you have sex.

(2) Includes failures from incorrect or inconsistent use.

* Over 1 year of use, 6% of women become pregnant.

Made in Canada

Questions? If you have any questions or comments, please call 1-866-678-4678 between 8:00AM and 5:00PM EST, Monday through Friday.




Ingredients


Active Ingredients: Each applicatorful:: Nonoxynol 9 (2.0%, Vaginal Contraceptive)

Inactive Ingredients: Lactic Acid, Methylparaben, Povidone, Propylene Glycol, Water (Purified), Sodium Carboxy Methyl Cellulose, Sorbic Acid (A Preservative), Sorbitol




Directions


To open, use top of cap to puncture seal at tube opening. Before use, read entire package insert.

For best protection against pregnancy, follow the enclosed directions exactly.

Place one teaspoonful into the cup of the diaphragm prior to insertion. Diaphragm should be inserted no more than six hours prior to intercourse.

An additional applicatorful is required each time intercourse is repeated or if more than six hours has occurred since insertion.

Other Information

When used correctly every time you have sex, latex condoms greatly reduce, but do not eliminate, the risk of catching or spreading HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.

Do not puncture if carton is open.

Do not use if seal on tube opening is punctured or damaged.

Store at room temperature 20В°-25В°C (68В°-77В°F), avoid exposure to extremes of hot or cold.

See box end flap or tube crimp for lot number and expiration date.




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Reviews


I've been using this with a diaphragm for a little over a year and haven't had any problems with it. It also comes with an applicator, if you choose to use it that way. It can provide a little lubrication, but I wouldn't count on it for that. I haven't had any issues or any babies, so I can't complain about this product at all. So far, so good!

I've been using this for three years with my diaphram and I haven't gotten pregnant, so I guess it works pretty well.

We used this alone for several months, maybe a year, because my husband didn't like condoms and I can't take the pill-- then I got pregnant. Later as my female cousin and I were comparing notes we both realized we'd BOTH been using this when we got pregnant. Our children are six months apart so I wish she'd told me earlier! So buyer beware, you'd best be using it with condoms or a diaphram unless you're into russian roulette!