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Caya is a diaphragm contraceptive. The cup is uniquely contoured in comparison with other diaphragms. When inserted, Caya blocks the cervix so sperm can’t reach the egg. A spermicide called Caya Gel is recommended for use with this diaphragm.
Nurx™ doesn’t carry Caya as a birth control option, but if you are interested in checking out a birth control pill for only $15 for your first pack, talk to our team today. Use the FAQs below to help you make informed decisions about what’s right for you.
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- How Effective Is Caya?
When used correctly, diaphragms are about 88 percent effective, as reported by the CDC. They do not protect against STDs, so consider using a condom during sex as well.
- What Are the Risks of Using Caya?
If a Caya diaphragm is left in for more than 24 hours, there is an increased risk of developing Toxic Shock Syndrome. Some users experience slight irritation or an allergic reaction with spermicide, but this is very rare.
- What Are the Benefits of Using Caya?
Caya diaphragms are free of hormones and can be reused for up to two years. You only have to remember to insert it before you have sex.
- How Do I Use a Caya Diaphragm?
Apply Caya Gel to the Caya diaphragm before you insert it into the vagina. Position the diaphragm so it covers the cervix. Leave it in while you have sex. If you decide to have sex more than once, you need to reapply the Caya Gel each time.Caya can be inserted up to two hours before sex. Leave it in for at least six hours after the last time you have sex.
- What Makes Caya Different From Other Diaphragms?
Caya diaphragms have grip dimples along the rim as well as a small notch near the front. These features have been added to make insertion and removal easier.
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