Red semi-translucent cervical cap, 1950-1960
A cervical cap is a form of contraception that fits tightly over the entrance of the cervix. It blocks sperm from entering the uterus and thereby prevents fertilisation. Popular since the mid-1800s, their use has dropped dramatically in recent years.
- Obstetrics, Gynaecology & Contraception
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- cervical cap
- Infield, J.
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