FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Yes. The contraceptive sponge will not be affected in any way.
You may use the sponge as often as you wish but not during your menstrual period.
The contraceptive sponge is held in place by the muscles of the upper vagina. The cup-like indention in the sponge helps to keep it in place directly over the cervix. The opening from the vagina to the uterus is far too small for the sponge to pass through. There is no way that the sponge could access to any other part of your body.
The sponge is a hormone free vaginal contraceptive that does not disrupt your menstrual cycle.
Always apply your contraceptive patch to clean, dry skin. Do not use lotions, creams, oils, powder, or makeup on skin where you are going to put the patch or on top of or near a patch you are wearing. These products may cause the patch to fail to stick or become loose.