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I posted a few days ago about the implanon, but I wanted to make a new thread since this is a different question. My partner and I are both STD free and don't really like condoms, but we still want a second method to back up the implant. I like the idea of diaphragms, but how to you clean and store them? Do they come with a case?
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The diaphragm comes with a case, and also with detailed instructions on how to clean it. And if you have any further questions, you can also ask the doctor who prescribed it to you.

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