contraceptive suppository

contraceptive suppository

A formulation of contraceptive (containing benzene, mercury acetate or nonoxynol) which is placed and dissolves in the vagina before sexual intercourse. Such contraceptives are either directly spermatocidal or significantly reduce sperm motility.
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Encare, a contraceptive suppository from Thompson Medical Company, was the first contraceptive brand to appear in televised advertising in 1984.