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What is Delfen Contraceptive Foam?

Delfen Contraceptive Foam is no longer available in the United States.

People should not use Delfen Contraceptive Foam if they have experienced an allergic reaction to it in the past or have an allergy to any of the ingredients. People who have a sexually transmitted disease should not rely on contraceptive foam to prevent transmission - in some cases, use of this foam increases the risk of transmission. Women who have recently given birth or had an abortion may need to consult their doctors to see if this product can be safely used. People who have genital infections or sores may need to avoid Delfen Contraceptive Foam.

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