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When should you remove the diaphragm?

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In brief: 8 hrs

Leave the diaphragm in for 8 hours after intercourse.
If you have sex again before the 8 hours is up, do not remove the diaphragm, but add more of the spermicidal jelly into the vagina.

In brief: 8 hrs

Leave the diaphragm in for 8 hours after intercourse.
If you have sex again before the 8 hours is up, do not remove the diaphragm, but add more of the spermicidal jelly into the vagina.
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Dr. Padmavati Garvey
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Eight hours

Remove the diaphragm eight hours after your last sexual encounter.

In brief: Eight hours

Remove the diaphragm eight hours after your last sexual encounter.
Dr. Padmavati Garvey
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