Spermicides are used globally for birth control, with or without condoms. As the only means of birth control, spermicides are rarely effective. However, in conjunction with condoms, spermicides are somewhat effective in birth control. However, some statistics indicate that the efficiency of condoms is not greatly increased with the addition of spermicides.
Condoms when used regularly and properly are up to 89 % effective and spermicidal condoms are about 95 – 97 % effective. These findings released by the Harvard University question the effectiveness of spermicides.
In order to know the answer this question, you must first understand how condoms with spermicides work.
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