Spermacide is a substance that decreases the mobility of sperm, essentially killing viable sperm.
Yes, you can use depo provera and spermicide.
No. ONE® Condoms do not contain spermicide.
Because you are allergic to the spermicide.
Treatment for spermicide irritation would be to use an antihistaminic medication. Spermicide irritation could be caused because of an allergic reaction.
A condom is an sperm barrier used with a spermicide.
It would not be an effective spermicide. However, it would probably be an interesting lubricant.
Spermicide condoms are condoms that contain a spermicide which is something that deactivates and kills the sperm. It's just an added bonus to prevent pregnancy, however these can be more expensive and one or both of the partners could be allergic to spermicides.
Spermicide will not affect your period at all. Menstruation is controlled by your menstrual cycle, spermicide will not effect this at all.
Because a lubricant (makes things slippery) so a condom may be lubricated but not kill sperm (spermicide) BUT all spermicidal condoms are also lubricated.
The cast of Spermicide - 2014 includes: Hazel Dean as Polly Franceska Lynne as Lois Thomas Patrick as Glen