- Check the expiration date on the package, then open it carefully.
- The female condom comes already lubricated, but you can add more lubricant if you want to.
- If you are putting a condom in the anus, remove the inner ring. If you are putting a condom in the vagina, leave the ring in it.
Relax and get into a comfortable position. It is common to stand with one foot in a chair, lying down or squatting.
- If it occurs in the vagina, squeeze the sides of the inner ring at the closed end of the condom and move it as a handful. Push the inner ring into the vagina as much as you can, up to the cervix.
- If it occurs in the anus, just push the condom with your finger.
- Ensure that the condom is not twisted. Pull your finger and let the outer ring hang about an inch outside the vagina or anus. Good to go!
- Place the condom open as the penis or sex toy inserts the condom to ensure that it does not slip to the side between the condom, vagina or anus.
How to remove a female condom:
- If there is a semen (vice president) in the condom, wrap the outer ring (the part that is suspended) to keep the semen inside the bag.
- Pull it gently out of the vagina or anus, and make sure not to spill semen if any.
- Throw it away in the trash can (never wipe any type of condom, as it can clog up your toilet).
- Female condoms cannot be reused – use a new one each time you have sex.
It is completely normal for the female condom to move slightly during sex, but the penis / sex toy should be completely surrounded by the condom at all times. Stop if the penis / sex toy slides from the condom to the vagina or anus, or if the outer ring is pushed into the vagina or anus. If there is no semen (cum), you can gently remove the condom and put it in its place.
If the Vice President or Vice President exits the female condom near the vagina or anus, you may want to consider testing for STIs.
If the Vice President or Vice President was before approaching the vulva or in the vagina – and you were concerned about pregnancy – you can still prevent pregnancy with emergency contraception (the following morning’s pill). Emergency contraception can prevent pregnancy for up to five days after unprotected sex.
One of the coolest things about female condoms is that you can put them in early, before foreplay and sex, so you don’t have to interrupt the procedure when it’s busy time. Your partner can even have fun and introduce condoms to you.