The effects of nonoxynol 9 on sperm

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Spermicide is a contraceptive substance that immobilizes or kills sperm before they enter the uterus. This single-use applicator contains a spermicide gel. Spermicide can be used alone or with a barrier method — such as a condom, diaphragm or cervical cap — to prevent pregnancy. Spermicide is a type of contraceptive that kills sperm or stops it from moving.

A comparison of the effects of nonoxynol-9 and chlorhexidine on sperm motility.

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A comparison of the effects of nonoxynol-9 and chlorhexidine on sperm motility

The effect on sperm motility of nonoxynol-9 chlorhexidine diacetate was compared in semen and cervical mucus. Both compounds had similar spermicidal potency in semen, abolishing sperm motility within 3 minutes at 0. When these compounds were allowed to diffuse into mucus, the subsequent survival of sperm in the mucus was different.
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