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Do I need to replace the cervical cap?

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Dr. Ruth Crystal
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Yes

The silicone cervical cap can last up to two years with proper care.
You should check to make sure that it has no holes or cracks by holding it up to the light. You can also fill the cap with water and make sure that it has no leaks.

In brief: Yes

The silicone cervical cap can last up to two years with proper care.
You should check to make sure that it has no holes or cracks by holding it up to the light. You can also fill the cap with water and make sure that it has no leaks.
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