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Why is there still liquid in the cervical cap after I’ve used it?

You may want to remove the cervical cap while sitting on the toilet as there will likely be liquid left this is completely normal!

 

Semen is the thick cloudy, white fluid that comes from a man’s penis when they ejaculate. It contains seminal fluid and fluid from the prostate gland which carries sperm cells out of a man’s body. When using the Béa Applicator, semen is poured into the cervical cap via the funnel. Once the Béa cervical cap is in place against the cervix, the sperm will be able to swim into the cervical mucus. The remaining liquid in the cap is a mix of semen, cervical mucus, and possibly other vaginal fluids from arousal.